Bascinet 1375-1400- (142)

This helmet is based on the oryginal with The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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The visored bascinet served as the standard helmet worn throughout Europe from about 1300 to about 1420.

The pierced studs along the rim held the aventail . The helmet is made of special steel C45 plate 2mm thick.

Helmet can posses :

  • catch for peacock’s feathers +7,80 EURO
  • tubular catches +20 EURO
  • leather stripe to hook the chain mail +10 EURO
  • lining with section accessories
  • a chainmail with the riveted flat rings + 135 EUR
  • a belt under a chin + 6 EUR
  • sewing the lining at the helmet +12,50 EUR
  • a blockade of curtain + 20 EUR

This part of armour may be ordered in the following versions:

-historical surface – free

– mirror 25 EUR