Great helmet, so called because it provided complete protection of the head. This particular version that has the pointed arches and tile dating from the first half of the fourteenth century.
Used by heavy cavalry, usually worn over the camaglio.
Coppo cone-shaped pavilion with wraparound shoeing reinforcing a "cross". The view from the air is allowed between the front and visor, with which I practiced air vents.
Made entirely of iron, handmade and wearable.
Wearable: 2,250 gr. h. 33 cm - l. 24.5 x 21 cm