Helmet of Gladiator...
Helmet of Gladiator
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Here is one of the authentic samples of brigandine, that was recreated based on the materials of excavation of the Battle of Visby (1361).
This armour is perfect for medieval tournaments and battles.
Helmet of Nikolsoe is named in honour of village Nikolskoe(Orel region, Russia), where it was found. Type IV in helmets' classification of A. Kirpichnikov. Such medieval helmets were widespread among tribes on the Salvic lands and eastern tribes in the end of XII-early XIII centuries. Dome of helmet is fluted for better firmness. There are welded seams inside the helmet for additional protection. Half-mask with eye-holes and nasal plate are being rivetted to the dome with stee...
Variation of medieval helmet Chapel-de-Fer (Eisenhut, Kettle hat, Kettle helm). It was popular in XIII-XVI centuries because of simpleness of making. Great visibility and ventilation, cheapness, protection from the front and side hits - these factors made chapel actual among infantrymen. Base price includes helmet made of cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm, with satin finish treatment, steel rivets and sewn liner. Please choose the wished type and thickness of metal in options. ..
Helmet bascinet has appeared in the XIV century and was probably even more popular than Chapel in the Western Europe and England. It was worn under the Great Helm, but also used separately. Both, noble knights and usual infantry used such type of helmet. This model of hand-made bascinet with klappvisor is typical for 1330-1340 years. Visor is attached with hinge to the dome. Holes and oculars visor allow great visibility and breathing. Base price includes helmet made of cold...
Early bascinet with lifting visor Bascinet (basinet) with the dome which is distinctive for the first half of the 14th century. Simple and reliable visor, reinforced with vertical and horizontal plates on the eye sockets, provides excellent protection and field of view. The surfaces are satin polished outside and painted inside. Steel rivets and buckles. The thickness of metal can be different - you just need to choose the required one, depending on the planned event - whether...
Exclusive hand-crafted helm: - blued steel, 1,5 mm - decorated by the brass winges and eagle head, made bythe technology papier-mache. - painted inside - sallet with high quality leather straps and sewn cotton liner This is helm only like an example of our work. The style and design of the helm can be changed by your own request! ..
Helmet Sallet with bevor is made of normal steel 1.0 mm thick and is covered ith leather. Visor is attached to the dome with brass rondels. Scale pattern is tooled on the leather. Eye slit in visor provides with perfect visibility. Helmet and gorget are perfect addition to the arm protection, that is made in the same design. ..
The Wollaston Helmet (also known as Pioneer Helmet) is a 7th century Anglo-Saxon helmet. It is named of in honour of place, where it was found in the 1997 - Wollaston, Northamptonshire (England). This boar-crested helmet belongs to the group B1 in classification of Arwidsson. Helmet frame consists of the wide brow-band, nose-to-nape strip and lateral strip with one-piece-forged plates in the gaps. Over the strips, there are steel rods. Nose-to-nape band is extended to form ...
Hand-made cuirass of waxed leather of 3.5-4 mm thick. This model consists of two parts - back part and breast part, that are being fastened with leather belt with brass buckles on the body sides. Rivets and burss coloured in black are used. Relief is tooled on the leather. Colour of leather can be black or brown. This model of curirass creates full LARP-armour together with bracers, spaulders and mask. If you want any amendments to be made in this model, please cont...
Mask is hand-made of waxed leather of 3.5-4 mm thick. Relief is tooled on the leather. Colour of leather can be black or brown. This mask will be great addiiton for creating of full LARP-armour together with bracers, cuirass and spaulders. If you want any amendments to be made in this model, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org ..
This model of medieval helmet is based on the paintings from the book “Jami al-Tawarikh” (Eng. "Compendium of Chronicles") of Persian historian Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, who expounded history of the Mongols in this book. We made slight changes in the helmet design, so now it is completely compliant to SCA standards and HMB. Helmet has bar-grill visor, which is attached to the peak, and neck plate. Distance between the rods is about 2 cm (less than 1 inch). Two rondels on the...
Barbute is type of popular helmet in Italy of the XV century. Due to cheek guards, face is largely covered. Ethimologically, the word “barbute” is derived from Italian “Barba”, what means “beard”. It can be interpreted as “Bearded helm”: cheeck guards or beard, staring from under the helm are meant. This model of barbute type helmet can be made of cold-rolled or stainless steel of 1.5 mm, 2 mm or 2.5 mm. Base includes helmet made of cold-rolled steel 1....
Bacinet is a type of helmet common in medieval Europe. He came to replace the tophelms in the 14-15 century, and was very common in heavy infantry and cavalry. In fact, the bascinet is the base on which you can put various visors. But paradoxically, the first models did not have visors at all, they were dressed under a big tophelm, in order to withstand very powerful blows. Naturally, such a design was very cumbersome, and enjoyed limited popularity, in tournaments or in horse-drawn b...