This replica is made after a 14th century helmet of Sir Richard Pembridge, the original is nowadays exhibited at the Royal Scottish Museum in Edinburgh (Scotland). The great helmet or pot helmet was developed around the 12th century during the time of the crusades and it was used until the 14th century by both knights and heavy European infantrymen. In these centuries it changed from a simple design with only narrow slits for the eyes and mouth to a rounded helmet.
This replica is battle-ready, it is made with a steel thickness of 2,0 mm and weighs 3,5 kg. The helmet can be worn with a head circumference up to 63 cm.
Length (front to back): 23 cm
Width (ear to ear): 19.5 cm
Max. head circumference: 63 cm
Material: carbon steel
Thickness: 2 mm
Weight: 3 kg
Based on a historical original: yes
Transport weight (gram): 5000 *
Choosing the size that fits you best
Add 3,5 cm to your head circumference if you wear an arming cap under your helmet.
Add 2,5 cm to your head circumference if you wear a chainmail coif under your helmet.
Add 6 cm to your head circumference if you wear both an arming cap and a chainmail coif under your helmet.
Maintenance & care
Prevent rust and corrosion by oiling your armour regularly. Remove rust easily with black sandpaper.
This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.
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