Made from 14g mild steel.
To those not familiar with armour this style of helmet may look a bit strange with its pointed visor and skull. This was a very popular type of helm in the late 14th century. Though it didn't completely replace the barrel shaped "great helm," it was quite a defensive improvement. The conical shapes provided better glancing surfaces and superior protection to the eyes against arrows and lances.
I extrapolated the design from a number of German, French and Italian helmets but the heaviest influence came from a North Italian helmet from the Tower of London Armouries. I omitted the etched brass trim that bordered the visor of the original but it can be added for an additional charge. The helm has holes every 1/2" around the lower parameter to allow a lining to be stitched in. There are 24 brass vervelles so that a chainmail aventail can be attached. This helm would fit someone with a large head using historical padding or medium to large with SCA type padding.