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Blued sugarloaf helm
Blued sugarloaf helm
This beautiful blued Sugarloaf helmet was popular among medieval European warriors in the first part of XIV century. Head protection of such type evolved from the Great helm (Topfhelm). However, in distinction of pot helm, sugarloaf has conical shape of dome and movable visor. Eye slits and holes on the visor provide with good vision and breathing. Frontage is enforced with cross-shaped plate. Blued helmet sugarloaf is fastened with under-chin leather belt and buckle. You can use this functional hand crafted helmet for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Main photo shows early medieval helmet with following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; Blueing as finish treatment; Brown leather belt; Steel nickel-plated buckles; Steel rivets; Sewn liner Base price includes following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; Blueing; Black leather belts; Steel nickel-plated buckles; Steel rivets; Sewn liner Benefits, which you’ll get, if..
Hoplite Helmet. Corinthian ...
Hoplite Helmet. Corinthian helmet (circa 500 BC.), Antiquity Greece.
Hoplite helmet is a type of the ancient Greek Helmet and refers to Corinthian. This head protection was widespread in the VI-V centuries B.C. and was named after the place of Corinth, where the manufacture of such helmets was developed. Corinthian helms gained the most popularity in the V century B.C. in the Greco-Persian wars. Sparta warriors were using this closed head armor as well. Main feature of the Corinthian Helmet is a full protection around the perimeter of head. Thus way, warrior had the protected head and face and eye and mouth slits. Helmet is solid and does not have movable parts. Corinthian helmet from the tomb of Denda from a Greek workshop in South Italy, 500–490 B.C. It’s believed that popularization of this type of helmet contributed to tactics of battle a phalanx, where the soldier did not require a good visibility. It was enough to protect it from the attack of cold weapons. Corinthian helm was often decorated with a long horsehair tail. This battle Greek Hoplite helmet is handmade by custo..
Bascinet helmet without a v...
Bascinet helmet without a visor
Bascinet is version of steel liners (under helmet). Approximately from the epoch of the Crusades, Western European chivalry mainly used topfhelm (Great Helm or pot helm) as the primary helmet together with steel caps (skullcaps, also known as cervelliere) worn under it. Bascinet evolved from such skullcap into complete head protection with dome and visor of various design. This visorless model is one of the very early bascinets. Face could be protected with padded camail and mail coif or aventail for protection of neck, shoulders and upper part of chest. You may order it separately in our store or choose it in options available for this item. 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 Main photo shows authentic medieval steel helmet with following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; Satin polishing as finish treatment; Red leather for av..
Norman helmet with face and...
Norman helmet with face and neck protection
Norman (Nasal) helmet is a type of early medieval conical combat helmet. You may see it on the Bayeux Tapestry. It appeared in the IX century and was in use until the XIII century. Typical feature of this head armor is a long nose-guard plate, attached to the dome and partially protected a face of warrior. Usually, nasal helmets were completed with mail aventail for face, neck and chest protection. Conical helmet has an installed bar-grill visor and back neck plates. Distance between the rods of visor is about 2 cm (less than 1 inch) that completely corresponds to SCA-standards. You can use this authentic combat helmet for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Main photo shows functional head armour with following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; Satin polishing as finish treatment; Steel rivets; Sewn liner; Steel nickel-plated buckles; Black leather belts; Steel vervelles for aventail; Mail aventail Base price includes following option..
Greaves, part of female fan...
Greaves, part of female fantasy armour
Greaves are made of waxed leather 3.5-4 mm thick. They are fixed with leather belts with steel buckles on the calf. Pattern is tooled on the leather, silver shadows are made by paint spraying. Greaves are part of female fantasy armour. Together with bracers, spaulders and corset, greaves create a character of brave warrioress. Please contact us at [email protected] to agree the wished colour and decoration. ..
Helmet of Gladiator
Helmet of Gladiator
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 (Pioneer) Hel...
The Wollaston (Pioneer) Helmet of the 7th century
The Wollaston Helmet (also known as Pioneer Helmet) is a 7th century Anglo-Saxon helmet. It is named after the place Wollaston (Northamptonshire, England), where it was found in the 1997 year. 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 on the warrior head. Wollaston (Pioneer) helmet of the VII century, Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds, UK This crested head protection is completely handcrafted. We do recommend to wear it together with mail aventail for better protection. You can use this medieval head protection for: SCA HEMA La..
Helmet of the Golden Horde ...
Helmet of the Golden Horde warrior, XII-XIV century
This model of medieval Asian 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. Medieval head protection has bar-grill visor, which is attached to the peak, and neck plate for protection of the back part of the neck. Distance between the rods is about 2 cm (less than 1 inch). Two rondels on the both side provide with additional protection for temples. Mail aventail braids bar grill visor, so face is completely covered, though vision and breathing are still free. This made-to-measure Middle Ages helmet is completely handcrafted by our artisans. You can use this medieval nomad 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 l..
Bascinet of 1380-1410 years...
Bascinet of 1380-1410 years, from Higgins Armoury Museum
Bascinet (also bassinet, basinet, or bazineto) of 1380-1410 years, from Higgins Armoury Museum is a type of helmet common in medieval Europe. It replaced the topfhelms in the XIV-XV centuries, and was very common in heavy infantry and cavalry. In fact, the bascinet is the base on which you can put various visors. Bascinet Hounskull from the Higgins Armory Museum, USA 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, providing reliable protection, with a moderate mass (about 7 kg.). Here is an option hundsgugel - "dog head", which was popular from the end of XIV to the middle of the XV century. This practical and very reliable helmet, the conical shape of the visor guarantees excellent protection..
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