Double ridge helmet Kleinklein, Hallstatt culture

This original of the Hallstatt helmet was found in the tumulus Kröllkogel in Kleinklein (Austria), municipality of Großklein, Styria. The artefact is now exposed at the Archaeology Museum in Schloss Eggenberg, Graz. The original is made from bronze.

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Double ridge helmet Kleinklein, Hallstatt culture, 1st third of 6th century BC

Our replica is made of brass (gauge 14 / 2,0 mm) from two parts - the brim and the bowl, which are riveted together. The finish is polished. So that the helmet it attached safely to the head, a simple leather strap is attached, just to knot it under the chin. There are two hooks on front and back side of the helmet bowl (between the ridges) to fix the crest on the helmet. The crest can be delivered with the helmet according to your option. The Celtic helmet comes with a padded cap inside.

This helmet can be made to measure after your measurements ‘1a’ to ‘1j’ in this measurement chart.

Please read our instructions, how to determine a helmet size correctly.

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