de Creke demi-Bascinet, Black Oxide, Large

  • Model: R-200
  • Shipping Weight: 12.75lbs
  • 1 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Windrose Armoury


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Based on the helmet in the effigy of Sir John de Creke, dated 1325, this mild steel helmet is constructed of 12 and 14 gauge mild steel, treated with industrial black oxide finish. The flutes are hand set, the brass decorative cap is worked brass sheet. The center mounted visor is based on other helmets of a slightly later period to complete the look of the helmet for period based combats like the Combat Of The Thirty at Pennsic. Mail is riveted stainless, attached to a leather strip that is mounted to a recess between helmet skull and back plates.

This is a very lightly used helmet, seeing duty in perhaps 10 Combats of the Thirty, and assorted Pas d'Armes. The finish is still very good, but does show some light signs of use. It retains a small amount of its padding and a chin strap. Considered by John, our Master Armourer to be one of the best bascinets he ever produced, this helmet is a work of art needing a new owner.

A CNC cut visor and interchange hinge can be added to this helmet at the buyers request and in consultation with us for an extra charge.

Sized to fit 24 inch head.

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 18 March, 2020.

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