Archer's Visored Sallet, 1.6mm Steel

The late medieval sallet we offer here is crafted from 1.6mm (16 gauge) steel. The helm is equipped with a hinged face guard adorned with a stylized brass cross and engraved leaf motifs. The visor features a rectangular, approx. 2cm wide eye-slit with an extended lower lip that not only ensures sufficient vision but also allows for proper ventilation. More information...

€96,00 excl. VAT
In stock 3 pcs
Item physically stored in our Warehouse in Kadan
, dispatch on 21-May-2024
Item number: 13753

Archer's Visored Sallet, 1.6mm Steel

In the 15th c., the combat helmet known as the sallet superseded the bascinet and, by the mid-century, had become one of the most worn helmets throughout Europe. This helmet type could be found in many different shapes and variations - from plain to elaborately crafted, open-faced or visored, with a more or less pronounced tail-piece, etc. - and was especially popular in Italy (celata), Germany (Schaller) , France (salade) and England. At the dawn of the Renaissance, it eventually evolved into the 16th c. burgonet.

The interior is blackened and fitted with an adjustable leather suspension liner attached with rivets. The 2mm thick black leather chin strap closes with a steel buckle.


  • Material: 1.6mm steel, brass fittings, leather inlay, leather chin strap
  • Suitable for head circumference up to approx. 69cm
  • Long distance (back to front): approx. 22cm
  • Short distance (ear to ear): approx. 22cm
  • Height: approx. 26cm
  • Weight: approx. 3 kg

Specs may slightly vary from piece to piece.

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