Milanese Morion Cabasset, Museum Replica

This Italian Morion was probably made for Renato Borromeo by the famous armourer Pompeo della Chiesa in Milan in about 1585. It is now on display in the Musée de l’Armée in Paris

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Milanese Morion Cabasset, Museum Replica

  • The finish is hand-engraved, patinated and partially painted with golden paint.
  • Height approx. 30 cm
  • Made from 1,5mm cold-rolled carbon steel DIN 50049
  • Made in Czech Republic after this source

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