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Armets, Visor helmets

Armets, Visor helmets

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. Made in Italy. The typical armet consisted of four pieces: the skull, the two large hinged cheek-pieces which locked at the front over the chin, and a visor which had a double pivot, one either side of the skull. The cheek-pieces opened laterally; when closed they overlapped at the chin, fastening by means of a spring-pin which engaged in a corresponding hole, or by a swivel-hook and pierced staple. A multi-part reinforcement for the bottom half of the face, known as a wrapper, was sometimes added; its straps were protected by a metal disc at the base of the skull piece called a rondel. The visor attached to each pivot via hinges with removable pins, as in the later examples of the bascinet .

Helmet horse for use in armor breastplate from the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century. Equipped with a front brim and a liftable whole range washer with aeration.   Neck shield model has a wheel protection and guardacollo. Entirely made of iron, handmade with coietti leather..
320.00€
Ex Tax:320.00€
Medieval Horse Rider's helmet  "Milanese" in use in Italy in the fifteenth century as head protection in the armor man of arms. Helmet Bascinet "Milanese" is used in the Italian style of the fifteenth century, as for head protection for men who wore armor. steel and handmade by Italian craf..
320.00€
Ex Tax:320.00€
Made entirely of iron and handmade with leather straps to be worn. Dimensions: 30x31x38 cm. Basinet helmet, great head armour, developed from the visored bascinet. The iron mail aventail has been wiped out, the skull cape has been lenghtened and a fixed or mobile chin has been put on. The l..
320.00€
Ex Tax:320.00€
Medieval Horse Rider's helme "German", used in the first decades of the sixteenth century as head protection in the armor man of arms. Medieval Horse Rider's helmet  "Milanese" in use in Italy in the fifteenth century as head protection in the armor man of arms. Helmet Bascinet "Mi..
320.00€
Ex Tax:320.00€
Helmet horse parade, dating from the XVI century. It has a full visor elaborate, with protruding top edge of the cage and crowned with curved elements. Helmets like this one were not used for combat, but only for ceremonies. helmet knight source center europe, used in the first decades ..
320.00€
Ex Tax:320.00€
The helmet Medieval Renaissance was often the subject of artistic decorations. The front of this helmet, visor called, is mobile, so it can be lifted to allow a better view and / or aeration of the armor. the non-movable part of the helmet instead is called bascinet. Tuscan-like helmet used in t..
320.00€
Ex Tax:320.00€
Wooden helmet stand with round baseThis helmet stand is made of three wooden parts which can be connected by threadings.Details:- Material: brown laquered wood- Diameter of the base-plate: approx. 19.5 cm- Height: approx. 36 cm- Weight: approx. 700 g..
15.00€
Ex Tax:15.00€
Frog-mouth Helm, type of great helm, open field characterized by the peak in the middle and angled protruding height of the slit eyes in order to provide a slippery surface to launch the opponent. Used in tournaments just before the middle of the fifteenth century to the third decade of the '500..
480.00€
Ex Tax:480.00€
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