Rufus skull cap
This type of helmet was called "cervelliere" (scull cap) and introduced in the 13th century and was supposed to be worn underneath a great helmet in addition to the coif of mail.
Getting out of style in the 14th century, they became popular in the 16th century again, when worn by lansquenets under their felt or leather hats.
This simple model has a big opening for the face and a central crest along. The neck is enlongened to offer better protection to this area. The back part is decorated with two rows of rivets.
The helmet is delivered with an inner liner of foam and a leather chin strap.
Material: 1.2mm steel
Size: up to 60cm circumference
Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
Not in stock - currently in production
- Order number: 970080