Tophelm with horns - Europe...
This model of Tophelm – Helmet with horns – is typical for european cavalryman of XIII-XIV centuries. We made horns as top figure of the helmet. Helmet was worn over the mail coif, under what liner with stuffed roller was used. Late tophelm was often worn over close-firtting skull cap cervellier, that in time was succeeded with bascinet. Then mail coif was replaced with aventail, that was attached to the under helm (cervellier or bascinet). Here you can see full europian armor: https://steel-mastery.com/13-century-european-armour-in-colours-of-the-english-royal-house.html Here you can order classic helmet without horns with other decorations: ...
Helmet bascinet Hounskull ("Hundsgugel") is named of the conical shape of extended visor, that resembles dog's muzzle. Helmet was popular among all classes of knights in the XIV-XV centuries. Shape of visor allows to place a lot of holes on it for perfect ventilation. 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. We recommend to use helmet with liner, padded and mail aventails for bascinet.
Medieval closed helmet (arm...
Closed cavalry helmet armet was widespread in the XV-XVI centuries. This model of medieval helmet has typical features: - spherical shape of dome; - movable gorget; - movable visor. Helmet fits a head very close and protects neck and partially collarbones. Sewn liner makes wearing of head protection more comfortable and reliable. Cuts on the visor provides with good visibility and breathing. Base price includes: - cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; - painting inside; - satin finish treatment; - steel rivets; - sewn cotton liner. Plum holder can be chosen in options for additional costs. If you have any questions regarding this medieval helmet, please co...
Early cabasset (chapel)
Early cabasset (chapel) Here is a pinnacle of the French armorers’ engineering in the XV century. Yes, don’t smile and look so surprised. This “egghead” and funny medieval helmet was the best protection against the most tremendous hand-held weapon of that epoch. But, let’s talk about step by step. Cabasset, Aragón, Spain. 1490-1500, Philadelphia Museum of Art Chapel is an identifiable ancestor of cabasset, as it was the only affordable type of head protection for unwealthy mounted knights and infantrymen. However, such plain and unattractive medieval steel helmet saved many lives. In comparison with expensive and complex closed helmets, cabasset had such u...
Knightly closed helmet of t...
Presented helmet is an evolution of the helmet type of topfhelm. For its form it is called the Sugarloaf helm. The helmet has no moving parts. Its main purpose is to protect the rider from a direct strike with a spear (ordinary soldiers did not wear such helmets). By limiting the review, making it difficult to breath, this helmet is good at his knight protection function during horse collision. In addition, there topfhelm not least because of the the Saracens. They are often used in the battle maces and topfhelm was good shape protected the rider from such attacks. The holes in the bottom of the helmet for breathing could be like the left and right, and just right. Thus trying to st...
Helmet bascinet with "Wolf ...
Medieval helmet bascinet with "Wolf ribs" visor was known in the Western Europe in the end of XIV-early XV centuries. Soldiers in sych type of helmet can be seen on the paintings of Master of the Trebon Altarpiece (1380 year) and Karlsruhe altar (1450 year). Visor is movable, it completely protects your face and provides with a good field of vision. The visor is fixed when opened. The neck can be additionally protected with padded and mail aventail. Base price includes helmet made of cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm, with satin finish treatment, steel rivets and sewn liner.
Armet (closed helmet) 15th-...
Medieval helmet armet takes its origin in XV century, being designed - as presumed - in Italy. It was distinguished by being the first helmet of this time to protect completely the head, compact and light enough to be carried one. Movable hinged cheek pieces and gorget plate opened backward show the face. This made-to-measure Middle Ages helmet is completely handcrafted by our artisans. You can use this medieval knight helmet 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 ...
Italian barbute of the XV c...
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 Ital...
German Gothic Sallet, XV-XV...
German Gothic Sallet Here is an Italian, who immigrated to Germany and gained such a great popularity there, so people started to call him a German. That’s right, sallet has appeared in Italy back in the XIV century. However, by the middle of the XV century it became a German helmet to the last rivet. It was an integral part of German full-plate Gothic armor and was all the rage until the early XVI century. Old faithful bascinet was an ancestor of sallet. Though, it gave life to the dozens of late models of helmets. Foes and haters often call sallet “a steel pot with lumiere”, but such simplification is appalling and deeply flawed. As sallet is quite complicated and interestin...
Bascinet of 1380-1410 years...
Bascinet (also bassinet, basinet, or bazineto) of 1380-1410 years, from Higgins Armoury Museum 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 were not visored 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 bascinet (bacinet) with a visor...
Blued sugarloaf helm
Sugarloaf helmet was popular among medieval european warriors in the first part of XIV century. Helmet protects your head perfectly and is compliant to SCA-standards. Blued Sugarloaf helmet is made of normal steel 1.5 mm with brass rivets, includes sewn liner. Movable visor is equipped with brass cross-shaped plate with hammered elements. Please choose additional decoration for your helmet in options.
Helmet of the Golden Horde ...
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 both side provide with additional protection for temples. This made-to-measure Middle Ages helmet is completely handcrafted by our artisans. You can use this medieval knight helmet for: SCA HEMA ...
The Wollaston (Pioneer) Hel...
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 ...
Early bascinet with lifting...
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 it will be medieval festival, reenactment, stage play or spear running. Below there are available various options which allow to create a truly individual helmet. Base price includes helmet made of...
Great Bascinet (fr. "Grand Bassinet") has appeared early-middle XV century. Movable visor with two oculars and holes on the right side provides with good visibility and ventillation. Gorget (bevor) completely protects chin and neck. Visor is fixed to the gorget with steel hook. Base price includes hand-made medieval helmet of 1.5 normal steel, with steel rivets and buckles, leather belts and satin polishing, sewn liner. Please choose the wished type and thickness of metal and additional decoration in options. We recommend to use helmet with liner.
Helmet bascinet mid-14th ce...
This helmet model is a copy of a real-life medieval helmet bascinet, which was copied from the medieval miniatures. Originally bascinet or bastsinet was support for the main helmet of cavalier – topfhelm (similar a pot). Topfhelm was good protection during a Cavalry attacks with a lance atilt. After the Cavalry attacks comes the turn to take up the melee weapons – swords, maces and axes. In such a case, tophelm was uncomfortable because of the bad review and ventilation. Therefore, under him were of a smaller helmet, which usually takes the contours of the head – bascinet. It was protecting from bumps the top and sides, leaving the face uncovered. Somewhere in the XIV century ...
Leather helmet Sallet
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.
Norman helmet with face and...
Conical Norman helmet can be found on the Bayeux Tapestry. Another name is Nasal helmet. It was popular in the IX-XIII centuries among medieval european soldiers. Helmet was equipped with mail aventail very often. Helmet has installed bar-grill visor. Neck plates provide with perfect protection. Distance between the rods is about 2 cm (less than 1 inch), that completely corresponds to SCA-standards. Mail aventail is additional option. Base price includes helmet made of normal steel 1.5 mm, steel rivets and buckles, satin polishing and sewn liner. Please choose the wished type of metal and it's thickness.
Bascinet with curved visor
This model of helmet bascinet is typical for the second part of XIV century. Single ocular and holes on the curved visor allow great visibility and ventilation. Helmet is perfect for medieval fencing and tournaments. 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. We recommend to use helmet with liner for more comfort and safe. If you want to craft medieval helmet by yourself, we offer you to read this article, where we tell how to make such model of bascinet.
Armet, part of full plate a...
Armet, part of full plate armor (garniture) of George Clifford, end of the XVI century A splendid model of late helmet armet is made of firm cold-rolled steel and is a part of Armor Garniture of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland. Were there better helmets in the XVI century? Probably, yes. More impressive? Never! Dome features two welded halves. Comb of this real knight helmet is hollow inside, made by folding method and decorated with etched ornament. Chin plate of helmet is movable and attached with hinges to the sides of dome. Upper and bottom plates of two-halved visor are attached to the temple parts of dome with single pivot joints. Gorger is also consisted of two ...
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This tailor made helmet has comfortable weight, guarantees good vision and air circulation. Easy to fix both gridles. The padded inlay fits perfectly. The helmet won't move sideways even with open chin gridle. Also one doesn't need an extra hair cap. Prize is more than reasonable. The process of order and payment was easy online. Every step was documented and shared, often via photoes. If necessesary, clarification of details preferred or the bill was made prior executing next steps. My wishes have been met fully. The order arrived safe and undamaged due to smart wrapping. Codes provided made delivery tracking online easy. Overall I was not only a customer but found myself in every step in the best hands. FIVE STARS!