Skip to product information
1 of 3


Greek Corinthian Helmet - Brass

Greek Corinthian Helmet - Brass

Regular price £149.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £149.00 GBP
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

The Corinthian Helmet originated in ancient Greece and took its name from the city-state of Corinth. It was depicted in Greek sculpture more than any other helmet – romantically associated with the glories of the past. The Greek goddess Athena, is frequently depicted wearing a Corinthian style helmet. The Corinthian Helmet afforded excellent protection for its wearer but was both expensive to make and uncomfortable to wear. It also restricted hearing and vision and gradually gave way to a more open-faced but less protective style of helmet.

Our Corinthian Helmet is hand crafted from a durable 18 gauge steel and has an antique bronze/brass finish. It comes complete with a separate padded lining cap that can be glued in if required.

Height: 35cm
Width: 21cm
Depth: 23cm
Circumference: 66cm
Weight: 1440g

All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

Age Verifiction

The minimum age to order weapons is 18 years old. We send orders via Parcel Force Age Verification service, which adopts the following rules:

The Challenge 25 approach to conduct Age Verification checks whenever we deliver such items.

Parcel Force will always check ID (passport or driving licence) for anyone who we feel is under 25 years of age.

For more info click here.

Shipping & Returns

All items are processed, packed and dispatched as soon as possible. This
is usually within 2-3 days but may take longer depending on the size
and nature of the order.

When your item is dispatched it normally takes 2-3 days for delivery in
the UK and 5-7 days for delivery outside the UK, depending on you
delivery location.

For more shipping information please click here

Care Instructions

It is important that you care for your equipment to help keep it in good condition and to make it last longer.

We have a guide here on how to do this.


Have a question? Please see our FAQs page which may contain your answer, if you are unable to find out what you need to, then do get in touch with us with your question.

See FAQs page here.

Our email is

View full details