Top helm with brass cross made of cold rolled steel with thickness of 2.0 mm. Good both for tournament and medieval fencing. This helmet could be made of tempered steel, see options below.
Bevor – element of a helmet or a separate element of head protection in the form of half-collar, often closing the chest, face up to the bottom of the chin and sometimes shoulders. Typically used with helmets such as Salad or Chapelle, which could be a part of single structure. Ideal for helmets Saled or
Ornamented light sallet. Helm is made from a cold rolled steel.Thickness of steel is 2 mm. This helm could be purchased without brass decorations.
Gorget, Augsburg, 1600. This is a reconstruction of original gorget. Made of cold rolled steel with thickness of 1.5 mm.
Italian Sallet mid 15 century. Based on the Sallet helmet from the collection of the castle of Churburg (Castel Coira), South Tirol. Descripted as a Visored Sallet c. 1460. Our Sallet made of 2.0mm cold rolled steel. Optionally it can be made of 1.5mm or 2.0mm tempered (hardened steel). This helmet will be made according