Handmade paper replica of a medieval knight's helmet. Conical open helmet protecting the back of the head, cheeks and the crown of the head all the way to the nape.
The riveted edge used to hold a chain mail aventail affixed to the helmet, which covered the warrior's neck all the way to his shoulders. If the helmet was not fitted with the chain mail aventail, the helmet was put on a camail (chain mail coif).
The open helmets of a "salade" type were used amongst infantry regiments and castle garrisons from the 2nd half of the 14th century.
Over the course of time, "salades" became a basis for the helmets of bascinet and hounscull.
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