|These helmets were worn by soldiers in the Lord's army in the medieval European ages. The cone-like shape at the top of the helmet combined with the cylinder-shaped section in the middle deflected blows better than most flat-top helmets of the time. The brim around the cone and cylinder offered even more protection by providing a diameter around the wearer's face. This helmet was not preferred by the elite in medieval Europe because of it's plain look. Even though it was not as grand or as flashy as most knight's helmets, it was preferred by soldiers. This helmet is made of carbon steel by hand and is beautifully crafted.