Helmet of the Golden...
Helmet of the Golden Horde warrior, XII-XIV century
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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.
Aventail: without aventail
Aventail: leather aventail
stainless butted mail aventail, 2 x 10 mm rings
Aventail: stainless butted mail aventail, 2 x 10 mm rings
padded wool aventail
Aventail: padded wool aventail
butted mail aventail, 2 x 10 mm rings
Aventail: butted mail aventail, 2 x 10 mm rings
padded cotton aventail
Aventail: padded cotton aventail
Vervelles (price for 8pcs)
Vervelles (price for 8pcs): absent
steel vervelles and leather for aventail
Vervelles (price for 8pcs): steel vervelles and leather for aventail
brass vervelles and leather for aventail
Vervelles (price for 8pcs): brass vervelles and leather for aventail
Metal for helmet dome
cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm
Metal for helmet dome: cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm
cold-rolled steel 2.0 mm
Metal for helmet dome: cold-rolled steel 2.0 mm
cold-rolled steel 2.5 mm
Metal for helmet dome: cold-rolled steel 2.5 mm
stainless steel 1.5 mm
Metal for helmet dome: stainless steel 1.5 mm
stainless steel 2.0 mm
Metal for helmet dome: stainless steel 2.0 mm
Color of leather fastening
10 cast el...
10 cast elements
Decoration: 10 cast elements
top helmet favour ring
Decoration: top helmet favour ring
Decoration: brass strips
brass strips with etching
Decoration: brass strips with etching
decorative painting (price include custom design of painting)
Decoration: decorative painting (price include custom design of painting)
Decoration: plum holder
Great Helm (a.k.a. Grand Helm or Topfhelm) is a type of european helmet, that was popular among the medieval cavalrymen in the XIII-XIV centuries. Rarely, it was used by foot-borne knights. Helmet was worn over the mail coif, under what the liner with stuffed roller was used. Grand Helm has typical cylindrical form. Frontage is equipped with forced cross-shaped plate. Neck is not closed from the back side, but by your regards we can install additional neck plate for best protection. Base price includes helmet made of cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm, with satin finish treatment, steel rivets and liner. Please choose the wished type of metal and thickness in options. ..
Sugarloaf helmet is variation of tophelm with sphero-conical dome. It was popular in Europe in the first part of XIV century. Lower part of helmet consisted of two parts and was being attached to the dome. There are only few medieval painting of this helmet, where movable visor is shown. Sugarloaf helmet is easy-to-use and provides with perfect protection during medieval fencing. Base price includes helmet made of cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm, with satin finish treatment, steel rivets and sewn liner. ..
Phrygian cap (sometimes also called Thracian cap) is a soft rounded cap with the top directed forward. It was called after Phrygia, an ancient country in the central part of Asia Minor. It is known as a symbol of freedom and revolution. It was widely used by the tribes, which in ancient times inhabited Thrace, Dacia and Dalmatia. Later, this name spread on helmets with typical, leant forward, dome. Imprints of this helmet are often found on the graphic sources and bás-reliefs dated 12th - first half of 13th century. As far as we know, only one specimen of this type of medieval helmets had been found as yet. This made-to-measure Middle Ages helmet is completely handcrafted by our artisans. You can use this metal head protection for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; Satin polishing; Black leather belts; Steel nickel-plated buckles; Steel rivets; Sewn liner; No decoration The..
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. ..
Helmet with cheek and neck plates is made of waxed leather of 3.5 mm thick. Simple rivets and burrs are painted in metal colour. Nasal plate is of normal steel 1.0 mm and is covered with leather. Frame of helmet is decorated with tooled pattern. There is leather strip for fastening under chin. Leather greaves and bracers of gladiator will be the perfect addition to this helmet. ..
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 a rounded nasel. Both, nasel and eye cutouts are edged with steel strips. Cheek plates are also edged, but with thicker strips and are attached to the brow-band with hinges. There is under-chin leather belt with steel buckle for good fixation. Base price includes helmet of normal steel 1.5 mm with steel rivets and sewn liner. We recommend you to complete this medieval helmet with mail aventail. ..
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 1.5 mm, with satin finish treatment, steel rivets and sewn liner. Brigandine “Chalkis” type II and shield buckler, which are pictured on the photos, will be great components for creating of XV century Italian soldier, but also perfect gear for medieval fencing, tournaments and bohurts. ..
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 battles. For foot soldiers, the ideal option was a bacinet with a visor, providing reliable protection, with a moderate mass (about 7 kg.). Here is an option hundsgugel - "dog head", which was popular from the end of 14, to the middle of the 15th century. This practical and very reliable helmet, the conical shape of the visor guarantees excellent protection from the sword, kopey impacts and arrows, and the holes provide comfortable breathing. Up to now, about 40 specimens with visors have survived, and a few dozen without. The material for research is q..