- heavy gauge polished steel
- continuous eye slit
- hinged visor
- ridge detail and flared at back of neck
- brass hinge and rivet detailing
The sallet also called a salade was a war helmet that replaced the bascinet in northern Europe during the mid-15th century. The Deep Visored Sallet Helm has a continuous occularia or eye slit in the visor. Forged of gauge heavy steel.
A late fifteenth-century German sallet, with bevor.