More decorative helms which I have made in years past.
Prices are honoured until Dec 31 2013
Helmets from Normandy and France
....... Decorative Helm made from spun top
........12 gauge, made by cutting a spinning in half, and rolling a ridge over the anvil.
I got the idea by looking at these pictures....
(click on image to see the whole scene. Its very cool!)
Decorative. Handmade by Bill Fedun at the South Tower
here in Metcalfe, Ontario.
Basic helm is 12 gauge,
Fancy schmancy Picadills for this helmet....$45.00
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Helmets from Normandy, and other Norse Occupied Lands
12 guage bowl cut and RIVETED back together so that is it
in shape instead of round. Most people's heads are
Pretty. Upgradeable. Ready to fill in the cheeks with chain mail or solid steel if you prefer.
With spangens...these are brass spangens, but steel is more period, and in my opinion, better looking. (You would need steel spangens if you plan to upgrade this to battle ready.)
I find that this process still allows a good half to 3/4 inch of blue foam padding at the sides. So some people prefer this helm over the heavier "ten series" helms on page four. This helm is heavy enough to make into a real battle helm.
Sometimes people like splints on the back instead of a big old
plate. No difference in price...just make sure you let me
Splints look more period.
Leather suspension system for this
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