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Circa 15th Century
An example of one of the more elegant helmets in history, this is based on a 15th-century barbute from northern Italy. A similar barbute resides in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Decorative brass rivets encircle the top and steel rivets line the edges and a short ridge accents the round skull. Inside, the helmet has an adjustable, padded cotton canvas liner, and leather straps that secure it in place when tied under the chin. Worn over an arming cap, this steel knight's helmet makes an impressive addition to any armour set for reenactment, the Renaissance faire, LARP, or other costuming activities. Hand-forged 18 gauge steel. Made by Noble Armoury.