Classic 13th - 15th Century Kettle Helmet in a style that was depicted in the Maciejowski Bible c1250 and remained in commmon use well into the 16th cenutry virtually unchanged.
Well made generic 11th Century Norman Style Helmet - late Viking period and Medieval period up to the 13th Century. 68 cm head circumference in 1.6mm mild steel.
12th Century Italo-Norman Helmet with brass face plate. This was used around the Italian peninsula and also during the Crusades.
This is a study transitional helmet which has a face plate added to the earlier open faced Norman style helmets and their derivatives. This style of helmet first appeared in the 12th century and later evolved into the great helm that covered the entire head and neck.
This is a beautifully made example of the full head "bucket" helmets that first appeared from the later 12th century. Our helmet is closely based on those illustrated in the Maciejowski Bible which was produced around 1250. Our price is for a 2.0mm helmet made from low carbon steel with a 68cm circumference.
Iconic 13th Century pot helm with brass trim. Straight out of the Maciejowski Bible, this helmet is popular with both mounted and foot re-enactors because of its great visibility and protection.