Kettle hat with short brass brim

We can find hat-shaped-helmets named as Kettle hats or Chapel de Fer (French) throughout the middle ages. This kind of head protections seems was common for the infantry, crossbowmen and bowmen. It was not rare to see knights or infantry to use this useful kind of helmets. This kettle hat with brass brim is based on a 13th century Spanish pattern.

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Kettle hat with short brass brim

Specifications:

  • inside textile liner
  • Gauge of plate approx. 16 | 1,5 mm
  • Made by Marshal Historical
  • size M: 60-61 cm head perimeter
  • size L: 63-64 cm head perimeter

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