A bloody Macedonian infantryman’s costume from Oliver Stone’s 2004 historical epic Alexander.
This style of panoply was worn by the soldiers serving under Alexander (Colin Farrell) from their bloody battle of Gaugamela through to their final battle at Hydaspes. The costume is composed of a tall plastic helmet with faux-horse hair plume, lace-up leather boots, a pair of leather bracers, cream-coloured cotton shorts and tunic, and a set of linen and leather armour. The armour is made of carpet-like material with fastenings at the rear and leather tab detailing on the chest and skirt. The helmet is finished to appear as though it is made of worked bronze.
Featuring plenty of dirt and blood from its use in battle, the costume remains in very good, production-distressed condition.
Materials: Man-Made Woven Fibres, Rubber, Plastic.
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.