Apparently (judging from artistic and archaeological evidence) the most popular helmet during the Archaic and early Classical periods, the style gradually gave way to the more open Thracian helmet, Chalcidian helmet and the much simpler pilos type, which was less expensive to manufacture and did not obstruct the wearer’s critical senses of vision and hearing as the Corinthian helmet did. Numerous examples of Corinthian helmets have been excavated, and they are frequently depicted on pottery.
This statue was 100% handmade by Yannis Kelesis in our workshop.
Made with the ancient method of casting bronze in 1200 degrees Celsius.
The colour is natural green oxydation (patina).
The base is real black marble (granite).
The stick between helmet and marble is bronze !
Height : 11.2 in 28 cm
Depth : 6 in 16 cm
Length : 2.75 in 7 cm
Weight : 43.3 lb oz 1230 gr
This statue is guaranteed for a lifetime!