The prototype for this helmet is the plain, uncrested Corinthian style of the 6th century BC. Originals of these can be seen in museums across the world, but the prototype used by our bronze supplier in Greece is in the Goulandris Collection in the Museum of Cycladic Art, in Athens.
|dimensions||Height: 18cm Width across the front: 14cm 'Circumference' around the head: 46cm|
|material||Bronze. Cast using the lost wax method of antiquity. You can still see the wax marks on the inside. As they are not mass-produced, there will inevitably be slight variations in patination and colouring. Each piece is, therefore, unique.|
|country of origin||Made in Greece.|
medium bronze freestanding helmet
- Code: BH-33
- Status: In Stock
- excl tax: £208.33