The Iron Chapel (called Cappello d'Arme in Italian, kettle hat in English, Eisenhut in German) used in urban militias, between the 11th and 14th centuries, is a war helmet and can be considered a specialized form of Brainworm Helmet. The iron chapel is reminiscent of classical Greek helmets (classical Greece, 5th century BC, statue of an Italic warrior from the 6th century BC, wearing a hat-shaped helmet) and may have been influenced by a renewed interest.
Medieval Chapel Iron Helmet Handcrafted from Fully Approved Carbon Steel, Used by Heavy Cavalry in the Middle Ages (Choice Thickness: 1mm - 1,2 mm - 1.5mm - 2 mm).
For maximum comfort, the helmet is equipped with an interior lining (padded leather padding) and a chin strap (chin strap).
This form of medieval iron chapel is ideal for fighting but also for medieval reenactment parades.
On request it is possible to have the medieval chapel in stainless steel iron with supplement.
Medieval helmets underwent many changes in the Middle Ages, because in the Middle Ages the art of making armor was very evolved, the various knights and nobles of the time had their own style in the armor, as if they were participating in a style contest in addition to participating. at a military competition. It is for this reason that the section of medieval helmets is so large and rich in different styles. These medieval helmets are produced in Italy, faithful to the ancient artisanal tradition of the Italian gunsmiths which, from the Middle Ages, has been passed down from generation to generation until today. We are the only ones able to offer you a wide range of high quality medieval helmets from a functional point of view, to guarantee you maximum comfort and good protection during combat, an exceptional product from a point of view. artistic view at an attractive price since we do not use commercial intermediaries, with the additional possibility of customizing medieval helmets to your size.
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- Model: 2357
- SKU: E256