Welded dome, mild steel 3, thickness 2mm
Bourguignot, burgonet (fr. Bourguignotte – burgundy helmet) – a type of medieval European helmet.
It was characterized by a strongly rounded backward rounded case equipped with a rigid or movable head. Front equipped with a visor upward. Earphones were attached to the hinges from the sides, according to the type of which bourguignots can be classified:
Open type. Earphones are connected by chin straps.
Closed type. Earphones form a chin, could be supplemented by a folding chin (eng. Falling buffe), forming a kind of visor.
The helmet was usually supplemented with a crest at the top; there were three on the early bourguignots. On the back of the head, under the crest, a sleeve for the sultan was often installed.
The bourguignots appeared in Italy in the 16th century from sallet, came to Spain, from Spain to France, Germany and spread throughout Europe to Poland. Used until the XVII century.