Greenwich armor for man and horse about 1550. Such is the description for this piece of art, part of the Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum in Scotland. This is the only surviving armor made for man and horse made in Greenwich, considered a light horse armour for the field. The helmet is a burgonet, the face protected by a buffe. The breastplate is made up of several plates and is of the type known as anime. The hook and eye fastenings are typical of the Greenwich style. Armor for man and horse is part of the: Kelvingrove Collection in Glasgow/Scotland