This Great Helmet is based on a 14 th century original that was worn by the English knight Sir Richard Pembridge. Sir Richard was a knight in the service of the English king Edward the 3 rd, this helmet was used in the Hundred Years War between England and France. Similar types were worn at the battle at Crecy, the battle at Sluis (the Netherlands) and during the battle at Poitiers. This helmet was placed above the tomb of Pembridge as a status symbol. Today this helmet is part of the collection of the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
This helmet is a typical great helmet worn by knights. This helmet was mainly used during cavalry purposes. The helmet is made of 1.6 mm thick steel and offers a good field of view and ventilation. On the inside the helmet has a textile padding that provides extra protection to the head.
Steel thickness: 1.6 mm
Material: carbon steel
Head circumference: max. 63-64 cm
Width, ear to ear: 21 cm
Length forehead to back of the head: 25 cm
Height: 29 cm
Padding: textile, leather chin strap, historical buckle
Based on historically original
Weight: 3 kg
Choose the best size
Do you wear an arming cap under your helmet? Add 3.5 cm to your head circumference.
Do you wear a chainmail coif under your helmet? Add 2,5 cm to your head circumference.
If you are wearing an arming cap and chainmail coif under your helmet, you should add 6 cm to your head circumference.
Maintenance & care
Prevent rust by regularly oiling your armor. Remove any rust easily with black sandpaper.
This item is made in a limited edition. Each item is unique. Sizes and finish can differ slightly from each other.
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