Brand: Vintage World Australia
Product Name: Warrior Helmet – Medieval (Viking Norman)
Pack Contents: Helmet and a Wooden Stand
Model #: MH 108
Materials: Helmet: 18 gauge steel, brass & leather (colour may vary). Stand: wood.
Key Attributes: Hand Crafted, Decorative, Antique Steel and Brass Finish
Uses: Home Decor, Gift, Souvenir, Collectable, History, Art and Craft.
Product Dimensions: 220W x 260D x 550H mm (Approx)
Total Weight: 2.4 kg (inc. stand) (Approx)
Shipped From: Melbourne (AUSTRALIA)
Shipping Provider: Australia Post & All Major Courier services
Additional Delivery Information: Estimate Delivery 2 – 5 Business Days, HAVING TROUBLE FINALISING YOUR ORDER OR FOR EXPRESS SHIPPING, PLEASE CALL 0421960234
Returns: Easy Return & Exchange – 14 Days from the Date of Purchase
Disclaimer: All of our items are handmade (HANDCRAFTED) by master artisans who employ techniques (TOOLS) and traditions that are often centuries old. Some natural blemishes or imperfections are to be expected. These are not product flaws. Instead, they are precisely what make these pieces so extraordinary and beautiful.
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Inspired by the Norman, or nasal helmet of the middle ages, these Vintage World Australia’s full-size helmets are individually handcrafted just like they would have been in medieval times. Made from 18 gauge steel and featuring the distinctive conical shape, chainmail aventail, and leather chin strap and inner suspension liner, each helmet is hand beaten, etched and riveted to a high quality finish. These pieces can be worn as historical costume for theatre, re-enactment and LARP, or whatever reason you want! For display, each helmet comes with a solid wood stand.
Characterised by a nose-guard, or ‘nasal’, these so named helmets included a metal strip that extended from the skull or brow-band down over the nose. Our model has an attached aventail, or camail as they’re also known. Some versions lacked this and would have instead been worn over a chainmail coif, which protected the lower parts of the head, throat and neck. The coif could be a separate armour item or an extension of the chain mail coat itself.