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Bascinets Helmets


The Bascinet Helmet It evolved from a type of iron or steel skullcap, but had a more pointed apex to the skull, and it extended downwards at the rear and sides to afford protection for the neck.



The bascinet is differentiated from the cervelliere by having a higher, pointed skull. By about 1330 the bascinet had been extended lower down the sides and back of the head. Within the next 20 years it had extended to the base of the neck and covered the cheeks. The bascinet appeared quite suddenly in the later 13th century and some authorities see it as being influenced by Byzantine or Middle-Eastern Muslim helmets. The bascinet, without a visor, continued to be worn underneath larger "great helms" (also termed heaumes).




 


The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
130.00€
Ex Tax:130.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
340.00€
Ex Tax:340.00€
German Bascinet with Visor - 2 mm
New -21 %
German Bascinet with Visor, 2 mm Steel- Battle-Ready -This is a reconstruction following an original from approx. 1370 AD. The original is on display at the Valeria Museum, Sitten, Switzerland. This type of helmet evolved from the skull cap or cervelliere during the early 14th century. The visor is ..
180.00€ 229.00€
Ex Tax:180.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
270.00€
Ex Tax:270.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
110.00€
Ex Tax:110.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
190.00€
Ex Tax:190.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
460.00€
Ex Tax:460.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
190.00€
Ex Tax:190.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
340.00€
Ex Tax:340.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
460.00€
Ex Tax:460.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
510.00€
Ex Tax:510.00€
The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
320.00€
Ex Tax:320.00€
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