Tony Stark Would Be Envious of This Asgardian Iron Man Armor
Tony Stark has built several versions of his Iron Man armor, but none of them have looked like the armor created by Prince Armory. The company does extraordinary things with leather and have put elegant spins on a variety of characters. A couple of months ago, they began work on an Asgardian Iron Man design. I shared photos of the helmet and mask, but now they’ve finished the entire custom leather suit of armor and it is positively stunning. They shared a few details about the masterpiece:
What’s it made of? It is made from leather and brass hardware.
Is it for sale? This piece is a one-off and is not for sale. – However, if you would like something made for yourself we take very limited orders but have a long wait list.
How much? – Pricing is discussed on a case by case basis. Cost is not revealed on this since it will never be made again!
You can see a close-up of the chest armor as well as a work-in-progress shot of the pattern below and then see more photos on Facebook.
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