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.
Classic Late 14th - 15th Century style Kettle Hat. Although this first appeared in the late 14th century but is more associated wtih the 15th century when it came into widespread use.
Late 14th to 16th century style Kettle Hat in common use from the late medieval period (end of the 14th centiry) into the Renaissance period (late 15th and early 16th centures). This later version of the Kettle Hat has a high crown to help deflect attacks from above and was particularly useful during sieges.
This is a very well handcrafted reproduction of the bascinet helmet used from the early 14th century. It is also one of the first helmets to have a visor. We offer this helmet with either a standard visor for foot combat or a special visor with narrow eyeslits specifically for jousitng.
The "klappvisor" or "klappvisier" was a type of visor employed on bascinets from around 1330-1340; this type of visor was hinged at a single point in the centre of the brow of the helmet skull. It was particularly favoured in Germany, but was also used in northern Italy with a couple of effigies in England also showing this style of helmet.
Classic Pig Faced Bascinet from the mid/late 14th century. This is an iconic helmet that defines the 14th century look.
This early style of visored bascinet first appeared in the early 14th century and comes in two versions. One has wider eyeslits for foot combat and one has narrower eyeslits for jousting. With great lines and deflection services this is our best selling helmet!
Late 14th Century/Early 15th Century Visored Bascinet with a rounded visor and vervelles for attaching maille. This is a very sturdy helmet and represents one of the later stages of the visored helmet before the armet style of helmet arrived.
This is a faithful replica of the great helm of the legendary knight Sir Richard Pembridge from the mid 14th century.