Medieval helmet replicas at the Perth Medieval Fayre

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Title

Medieval helmet replicas at the Perth Medieval Fayre

Subject

apparel, armament, armet, armour, barbuta, bascinet, battle, grille, handcrafted, handmade armour, helmet, knight, metalwork, medieval armour, medieval craft, nasal-bar, Norman, Perth, Perth Medieval Fayre, protective clothing, re-creation, recreation, soldier, WA, WAMA, warfare, weapon, weapons, weaponry, Western Australia, Western Australian Medieval Alliance

Description

Images of replica medieval helmets for sale at the Perth Medieval Fayre. An assortment of different styles are displayed, ranging from early ‘norman’ style helmets that offered only a nasal bar to protect the face from injury, to post-thirteenth-century variations on the Great Helm with moveable grilles, an armet helm, a fourteenth-century barbuta style helmet and a bascinet.
The Perth Medieval Fayre is organised by the Western Australian Medieval Alliance (WAMA). In 2011 it was held at Supreme Court Gardens on 19 March. Enthusiasts and vendors showcased a range of medieval arts and crafts, from dancing, calligraphy and lace-making to demonstrations of the techniques, weaponry and apparel of medieval combat.

Creator

McEwan, Joanne

Date

19 March 2011

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No Copyright

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Digital Photograph; JPEG

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Citation

“Medieval helmet replicas at the Perth Medieval Fayre,” Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, accessed September 16, 2019, http://ausmed.arts.uwa.edu.au/items/show/367.