Bascinets

The earliest versions of the bascinet, at the beginning of the 14th century, had no visors, and were worn underneath larger "great helms." After the initial clash of lances, the great helm was often discarded during fierce hand-to-hand combat, as it impeded breathing and vision. Thus, having a smaller helmet underneath was a real advantage.

Battle basinet WINSLOW

Battle basinet WINSLOW

Detail 172,00 € In stock

Archer helm Celesta, 15th cen

Archer helm Celesta, 15th cen

Detail 190,00 € In stock

Battle basinet Willy

Battle basinet Willy

Detail 193,00 € In stock

Churburg style Bascinet

Churburg style Bascinet

Detail 211,00 € In stock

Great Bascinet - 1400-1450

Great Bascinet - 1400-1450

Detail 221,00 € In stock

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Bascinet helmets

Over the course of the late 14th to early 15th centuries, the bascinet evolved from a shorter form with a shorter point (or no point at all) to its more pointed form—some so severe as to have a vertical back. In Germany a more bulbous version also appeared in the beginning of the 15th century. During the first half of the 15th century, more plates were added to protect the throat better, producing a form called the "great bascinet". Both the portion covering the skull and the hinged visor over the face became less angular and more rounded, until by the mid to late 15th century, the great bascinet had evolved into the armet.

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