HL146 Apulo corinthian helmet


This typical italic helmet, evolved from the classical Corinthian helmet, was called apulo Corinthian. From the Greek Corinthian helmets, he only keeps the eyes, at front's level, as if the helmet was worn on the rear, in the Pericles way. In fact, it is a brass cap, which celebrates the old corinthian helmet It equipped with feather and plume holders.

Made of brass, 19cm wide and 24 long. The crest holder is removable.

× All the helmets - unless otherwise specified - come without internal padding.