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Medieval Helmets


Reproductions of medieval helmets. The medieval helmets were not only protective elements of the soldiers and knights in combat but were considered decorative art. All our medieval helmets are made of stainless fully functional and can be customized in size and thickness. We are the world leader in the production and sale of medieval helmets.


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€
Classically shaped iron cap, between the 11th and 14th centuries, the cap is rounded and its edge particularly wide, as it was common to wear in the Middle Ages since it provided good protection against blows from above. The Iron Chapel did not interfere with sight or breathing, which is why horseme..
160.00€
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Viking Helmet - Wearable Costume Armor
Hot
Viking helmet semi-spherical, with a metal mask to protect the eyes and nose, made entirely of steel, handmade, adjustable leather inner shell for improved comfort. helm of Nordic origin, spread across Western Europe followed the infantry until the middle of the fourteenth century. Made entirely of ..
120.00€
Ex Tax:120.00€
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 iron hat helmet is made of 1 - 1.2 - 1.5 - 2 mm thick sheet steel by hand. Replica of an iron hat from the 12th century. Fully suitable for exhibition combat.This helmet was mainly used by the common infantry, but occasionally knights also wore the monkshood when it was very hot, sometimes suppl..
180.00€
Ex Tax:180.00€
Typical European horse helmet of the sixteenth century, worn by men-usually in combination with full armor. Equipped with movable visor slit for the eyes, a fan mounted on a swivel and has holes for ventilation, as well as to barbozza opened. Made entirely of iron, handmade and wearable. Mad..
199.50€
Ex Tax:199.50€
The Salad Helmet is a helmet worn from the 15th century to the 16th century. It is an evolution of the "iron chapel" and it is certainly the most common type of helmet during the latter part of the 15th century for both riders and infantry.Medieval Salad Helmet made manually in fully endorsable carb..
120.00€
Ex Tax:120.00€
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