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Chapel-de-Fer is a variation of medieval helmet of type Kettle hat (also known as Eisenhut, Kettle helm). This functional head protection was popular in XIII-XVI centuries among soldiers of all military branches because of simpleness of making. Despite of wide variety of models, chapel had one common feature – wide brims. Great visibility and ventilation, cheapness and ease of manufacturing, protection from the front and side hits and sunrays as well - these factors made chapel actual among infantry. However, noble knights did not choose such type of head armor because of its simple design. For more comfortable and reliable wearing of this medieval battle helm, we strictly recommend to wear it over padded or mail coif. Underchin leather belt with buckle fixes helmet on your head. You can use this functional handcrafted custom 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 ..
Gothic Sallet with visor - ...
Gothic Sallet with visor - 15ct
Gothic Sallet with visor is a popular model among German knights in the XV century. Medieval helm sallet (salad) appeared in the medieval Italy and completely replaced bascinets. This head protection was high-demanded among as noble warriors, so common infantry and archers. But the most popularity, sallets gained in Germany. Sallet with movable visor became a main element of well-known full-plate Gothic armor. These helmets were often decorated with top figures or chased elements. Helmet is fixed with leather underchin belt and buckle and sewn padded liner makes wearing (and fighting!) very comfortable. This battle helmet is handmade by customer parameters. You can use this functional battle helmet for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Main photo shows authentic medieval steel head protection with following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; Mirror polishing as finish treatment; Brown leather belts; Brass buckle; Steel rivets; Decorative forehea..
Tatar-Mongolian helmet 12 -...
Tatar-Mongolian helmet 12 - 15 centuries
Tatar-Mongolian helmet of the XII-XV centuries is a real piece of art, made by artisans of Steel Mastery. Among numerous archaeological findings on the Southeast of Asia, there were spherical conical helmets with iron masks. Such masks had weird hawk-nosed faces and specific drop-shaped eye shape, wide eyebrows and antrorse moustache. Some researchers suggested that masks had simply fake character and were not used during the battle. Other historians considered that such helmets were belonged to warriors of Ancient Rus. However, M.V. Gorelik proved that helmets with facemasks were related to protective Mongolian body armor. Anthropological type, which is depicted on the mask, resounds “ancient Altaic ideal man-hero” that “had being remained in Asia despite of the change of nations, languages and races from the V century B.C until XV century A.D.”. Kipchaks mask There is also interesting opinion that such masks were making distressing impression on opponent during the fight. And, not only with its “dead” metal face wit..
"Phrygian cap" he...
"Phrygian cap" helmet with plate neck protection
Helmet “Phrygian cap” got its name after Thracian cap, 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. Such was widely used by the tribes, who inhabited Thrace, Dacia and Dalmatia in ancient times. 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. Helmet was in active use by Macedonian soldiers. As far as we know, only one specimen of this type of medieval helmets had been found as yet. There are plates on the backside of helmet for protection of neck. Numerous holes on the visor and two eye slits allow free breathing and vision. This made-to-measure Middle Ages helmet is completely handcrafted by our artisans. You can use this functional metal head protection for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events ..
Padded aventail (camail) fo...
Padded aventail (camail) for bascinet and barbute helmets
This medieval padded aventail is worn under the Bascinet or Barbute type helmet. Its cut provides perfect additional protection for the shoulders and neck. High front padded part covers your chin. Aventail has lacing on the back side of the neck - 10 cm long with 4 whipstitched holes - to adjust and fix this aventail on your neck. This model is cut to fit the inclined shoulders lines and lay on breast, as well as chin covering part. It is being made of 100% natural fabrics. Different colours are available for order. ..
Black and red knight tabard...
Black and red knight tabard with griffins and crossbow
If you are going to medieval festival, don’t forget to order awesome custom tabard at Steel Mastery’s handywomen, in which you will be recognizable among all the knights. Here is black and red linen knight tabard, unique and functional. It has simple design, besides its bottom edge and sleeves are decorated with festoons. 3 griffins are located in front and on the sleeves, and the crossbow is located on the back of the coat of arms. Crossbow of this medieval tabard symbolize generousness. The griffin was thought to find and guard mines of gold and hidden treasures! Look how does magic happen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1RG9dxFuLY *** This tabard is only a sample of what we can sew for you! We can create any medieval tabard with your personal coat of arms. You can customize next things: color – you can choose any color you wish; fabric – cotton, linen, wool, leather or other; lining fabric – cotton, linen; your personal symbols; type of sewing of personal symbol – machine..
QUARTER COLORED TABARD WITH...
QUARTER COLORED TABARD WITH FIVE HERALDIC SYMBOLS
When you choose a coat of arms, the only one, which will adorn your standard and you knight tabard, it is very important not to make a mistake with symbols and put that sense into it, which you have in mind. And, Steel Mastery will gladly share with you examples of works, in which we have turned ideas of other dignified knights into life. This coat of arms (tabard) is only a sample to show, what we can sew for you! There is quite unusual medieval tabard, separated on five parts with shoulder pieces and festoons on the bottom edge. The following heraldic symbols are located in front of the tabard: French fleur-de-lis leaves lion 2 crossed swords. Lion traditionally symbolises courage, nobility, royalty, strength, stateliness and valour! On the back part of this tabard tunic we else can see a lion. On the shoulders we can see a double-headed eagle. Double-headed eagle, being native of the Middle East, this symbol of the state authority simply screams about power, insightfulness, m..
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