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ARMET WITH RONDEL, ITALY, MIDDLE XV CENTURY

AH-43

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ARMET WITH RONDEL, ITALY, MIDDLE XV CENTURY

Opzioni predefinite
  • Dome type Welded
  • Fastenings leather straps with steel nickel-plated buckles
  • Color of leather fastening black
  • Metal for helmet dome cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm (14 ga)
  • Rivets steel nails
  • Finish treatment satin polishing
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Su misura

L’articolo è fatto su misura,il che significa che i nostri artigiani usano le misure individuali del corpo di un cliente per la manifattura. Tale tipo di manifattura fornisce una perfetta calzatura dell’articolo.

Shock-absorbing material
Sewn padded cap
Dome type
Fastenings
Color of leather fastening
Metal for helmet dome
Decoration
Rivets
Aventail
Finish treatment
Vervelles (price for 8pcs)

Descrizione

ITALIAN ARMET WITH RONDEL, MIDDLE XV CENTURY

In front of you is Italian armet - one of the most interesting and versatile middle ages helmet adorning the rich collection of the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

This helmet reached us, having lost his visor and rondel in the darkness of the ages, but we recreated them with the visor and rondel of his brother Armet, who also posing in the Metropolitan Museum.

This armet is a part of The Avant Armour, one of the oldest near-complete armors in the world. It is dating about 1450-1485, was crafted in Corio workshop, Milano, and was belong to Fon Matsch, the owner of Churburg Castle in 1450 and you can see him in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glazgo, Scotland.

Armet was the typical medieval knight helmet of the fully armored equestrian knight throughout most of the XV century. Its smooth, compact, rounded form typifies the streamlined appearance of XV century Italian armor in general.

Armet helmet has unusual and ingenious to his time construction, with cheeckpieces hinged to the bowl that opened to admit the head.

There are few "Armet schticks":

  • He got spherical dome (earlier cavalry helmets had a spheroconic dome)
  • Chin made of two drop-down cheeckpieces, connected by a pin in closed position
  • The second visor, reclining on the head
  • The helmet fitted the head and neck of the owner really tight
  • Most armets (except early) were equipped with protection of the neck and collarbone.
  • A few more words about rondel - circular piece of metal used to defend the back of the neck. Truth that we still don’t know exactly why armets firstly appeared without them, then developed at many shapes and styles, and then rondels mystically disappeared a few decades later.

We want to believe, historians find it at some time, but it is hard to believe;)

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Base price includes followings:

  • Welded dome
  • Welded visor
  • Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm;
  • Historically correct cheeckpieces;
  • Steel rivets;
  • Satin polishing
  • Special cotton liner
  • Croupon leather strap for mail aventail (but no mail aventail itself)

As an option, you can order solid hammered dome and visor, mail aventail, another type and thickness of metal, color of strap, finish treatment and decoration.

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Becoming the owner of this cool medieval gadget as jousting helmet, you can use it in:

  1. SCA
  2. HEMA
  3. Larp
  4. Stage performances
  5. Medieval festivals
  6. Reenactment events

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Benefits, which you’ll get, if you buy middle ages helmet at Steel Mastery:

  • Custom-made high-quality metal helmet, handcrafted by your individual parameters;
  • Reliability and comfortable wearing for years;
  • Product made by experienced blacksmiths, who really know how to make a good armor;
  • Convenient payment systems (PayPal, Skrill, Visa, MasterCard, American Express);
  • Flexible return system in case if you don’t like an item.

As armet was a part of classic "Avant Armour", so do not hesitate to complete your helmet with a:

Milan style cuirass

Milan style pauldrons

Milan style arms plates with couter

Milan style gauntlets

Closed hinged greaves XIV-XV century

It will be easier for you just to buy Milan style full plate Avant Armour, at last ;) In addition, we recommend put it on padded chausses and gambeson.

In section Full armour you can see all models that we offer. If you didn’t find any for your taste and wish, please send us photo and description and we will make it for you.

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Warranty

Se non ti piace il prodotto ricevuto per qualsiasi ragione,puoi mandarlo indietro a noi entro 14 giorni. Se il prodotto ricevuto ha difetti o non calza i tuoi parametri,rifaremo un nuovo articolo e te lo invieremo ai nostri costi. Se il servizio postale ha perso il tuo pacco,facciamo una ricerca. Se il pacco non può essere rintracciato,facciamo un nuovo articolo a nostre spese.

Delivery

Noi spediamo gli ordini tramite il Servizio Postale Nazionale,che porta gli ordini al tuo ufficio postale locale. Al momento della spedizione,ti forniamo un numero di tracciabilità del pacco. Se hai bisogno della consegna espressa(DHL, TNT, etc…),per favore contattaci

Terms

Ogni prodotto è fatto a mano e richiede tempo per la manifattura. Tempo approssimativo:

  • Gambeson e armatura imbottita – 8-9 settimane;
  • Costumi e altro vestiario – 4-6 settimane;
  • Brigandine 3-4 mesi
  • Accessori in pelle 2-4 settimane;
  • Armatura Metallica 2-5 mesi
Per favore contattaci se vuoi saperne di più riguardo maggiori termini.

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Louis
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Finally I got this armet! workmanship is very qualitative, fitting is perfect. Now just have to test it in fighting:) Thanks to all steel Mastery crew!
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