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Bellow-faced Sallet Helmet - 15th Century

Bellow faced Salade Helmet - late 15th Century

14G steel, excellent helemt for reenactment

Sizes: M: 25 / 26 inches

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£ 128.00

Bellow-faced Sallet Helmet - 15th Century <p><span>Ravencrest's helmet is crafted in the Italian style, with a shirt, round tail that remains close to the back of the neck. The visor is in the extended-bellows style, found on transitional pieces that sit between the Sallet and the Maximillian 'close-helm' of the 16th Century; dated from approximately 1490.  Our reenactment helmet includes an adjustable leather strap and leather liner for comfort and optimal fit.</span></p> <p>T<span style="font-size: 11px;">he bellow faced Sallet (or salade) was a popular style throughout Europe in the latter part of the 15th Century (1450-1499). The style split off into a number on interpretations, all with the common feature of a close fit around the front and sides of the head..</span></p>
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Ravencrest's helmet is crafted in the Italian style, with a shirt, round tail that remains close to the back of the neck. The visor is in the extended-bellows style, found on transitional pieces that sit between the Sallet and the Maximillian 'close-helm' of the 16th Century; dated from approximately 1490.  Our reenactment helmet includes an adjustable leather strap and leather liner for comfort and optimal fit.

The bellow faced Sallet (or salade) was a popular style throughout Europe in the latter part of the 15th Century (1450-1499). The style split off into a number on interpretations, all with the common feature of a close fit around the front and sides of the head..

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