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NW80672 INDIA
ANTIQUED SUGARLOAF HELM

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89.00
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64.95
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Authentically constructed, this full size Sugarloaf Helm with its dark intimidating antiqued finish can be worn and proudly displayed in your home or castle when not in use.

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ANTIQUED SUGARLOAF HELMNobleWares Imageof Antiqued Sugarloaf Helm NW80672 made in India NW80672 MADE IN INDIA
A Sugarloaf helmet is characterized by a pointed top that is capable of deflecting blows from Medieval weapons such as swords and clubs. These helmets were common in 12th century battle.This Black Sugarloaf helmet is made by hand, and features a dark antiqued finish certain to create intimidation on the battlefield. The helm is made out of 18 gauge carbon steel construction with and brass accents that pop out against the darkened finish. This Sugarloaf helmet is full sized and wearable. It makes a great addition to a medieval costume for theatre or LARP events. Inner lining with adjustable strap for comfortable wear. When not in use, it looks fab on display as home or office decor, becoming the perfect addition to any helmet collection.

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Overall Height: 15"

Material: 18 Gauge Steel
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Weight: approx 5.8 lbs

Note: Minor cosmetic imperfections are a natural characteristic of genuine hand made steel armour.

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THE MEDIEVAL KNIGHT AND HIS ARMOUR
The close helmet was developed from the later versions of the sallet and the superficially similar armet in the late 15th century. The close helmet was used on the field of battle, but was also popular for use in tournaments. Wealthy men often owned "garnitures", which were armours with interchangeable parts to suit heavy or light field use, and the many different forms of tournament combat. Garnitures would usually include elements for reinforcing the left side of the helmet for use in jousting. Such reinforcing pieces were called "double pieces" or "pieces of advantage"
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