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French or Italian (Possibly)    Closed Burgonet, c. 1610    Steel- Art Institute of Chicago

French or Italian (Possibly) Closed Burgonet, c. 1610 Steel- Art Institute of Chicago

Italian, Milan    Close Helmet for Foot Tourney at the Barriers, 1570/80    Steel with gilding, iron, brass, leather, and velvet weave  Wt. 9 lb. 10 oz.

Italian, Milan Close Helmet for Foot Tourney at the Barriers,

Close helmet, ca. 1560–70, German, Augsburg, steel, etched and gilt, originally part of a complete field armor made for a member of the d’Avalos family, probably Ferrante Francesco d’Avalos (1531–1571), marquis of Vasto, who served the king of Spain as governor of Milan (1560–63), viceroy of Sicily (1568–71), and commander-in-chief of Spanish forces in northern Italy. Wt., 9 lb. (4082 g); H., 13 1/4 in. (33.66 cm); greatest W., 10 in. (25.4 cm); D., 14 1/4 in. (36.2 cm), Met Museum.

Close Helmet Date: ca. Geography: Augsburg Culture: German, Augsburg Medium: Steel, etched and gilt Di

Close-Helmet for the Field Date: ca. 1550 Western European Steel

Close-Helmet for the Field Date:ca. 1550 Culture:Western European Medium:Steel Dimensions:H. g) Classification:Helmets Credit Line:Gift of Stephen V.

Burgonet for a Cuirassier Date: ca. 1620–30 Culture: French Medium: Steel  C

Burgonet for a Cuirassier Date: ca. Culture: French Medium: Steel C Armir armored knight renaissance tilt

Cuirassiers helmet. An early 17th century Cuirassiers steel helmet probably English c.1640, the rounded skull with raised comb, plume holder at the rear, pointed visor and upper and lower bevors with frontline piece pierced with graduated bars for breathing holes, with locking catches on the right, main edge bordered with engraved lines, retaining much of the original lining, 30cm high (1)

An early century Cuirassiers steel helmet probably English the

Armor, ca. 1400–1450 and later, Italian; Was assembled & restored under Dr. Bashford Dean (1920s). Elements mostly from Chalcis. Intent: present a full armor of the style worn about 1400, a period from which no complete armors survive. (...) Portions of the brass at the top edge of the left cuisse (thigh defense), the lower edges of the right greave (lower leg defense), and the visor are genuine; the remainder of the brass is restored. The helmet, a visored bascinet, is not from Chalcis.

Armor Date: ca. and later Culture: Italian Medium: Steel, brass, textile, leather Dimensions: H. 66 in.

Parts from a French Armour for the Tilt 1550/75

Parts of an Armor for Use in the Tilt French Geography: Made in France, Europe Date: c.

European Close Helmet, c. 1510, Germany, Art Institute of Chicago.

Yelmo con celada - Alemania - C 1510 - Art Institute of Chicago.

Close Helmet | French | The Met

The shape of the tall set-back comb and the style of etching identify this helmet as a distinctly French type of the late sixteenth century.

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