The Corinthian style helmet favored by ancient Greeks enjoyed a long period of use, from the early 7th to the 4th Century B.C. This version is made of solid brass with a white horse hair plume in a wood crest box covered in soft tan leather. Dates between 600-550 BC.
Interior of helmet is blackened and unlined. Comes with a padded arming cap that can be inserted into the helmet.
Thomas W. –
Terrific helm This is a very nice helm which looks and feels great. The only limitation was in not having a leather liner. However, being somewhat skilled in leather work I made my own and am extremely pleased with the finished product. As always with Kult of Athena, the turn around time between placing my order and receiving my helm was amazingly short. I am a happy customer.
Daniel Amaral (verified owner) –
Easily the best budget Corinthian helmet on the market. Its large, comparable to a great helm, it should fit any head size. It fits over mine with my glasses on. As alway, KoA packaging is top notch, giving the crest its own dedicated box so the horsehair doesn’t bend during shipping. Only problem is whatever blackening agent Deepeeka uses doesn’t seem to bond well with brass, as it easily comes off even with fingernails. But that’s really a non issue since brass doesn’t corrode, so my sweat wont destroy the interior.