SPANISH MORION (CABASSET MORION)
Spanish Morion (Cabasset Morion)
It was worn by infantry in the pike and shot formations. The stalk-like projection on the top resembled a pear, which is how it gained its name.It was popular in 16th century England and was used during the Civil War. Several of these helmets were taken to the New World by the Pilgrim fathers, and one of these has been found on Jamestown Island.This replicated version by Deepeeka is completely wearable and can be used fro costume dressing also.
Material: Mild steel