Indo-Persian turban helmet, 15th to 16th century.Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Turban helmet "Aventail" - a mail protection suspended from a helmet for the face and neck Ak-Koyunlu lands (now eastern Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, northern Iraq. and western Iran),

Turban Helmet Date: late 15th century Culture: Iranian Medium: Steel, engraved and damascened with gold and silver

伊朗頭盔 Turban Helmet Date: late century Culture: Iranian Medium: Steel, engraved and damascened with gold and silver

Turban helmet

Turban helmet

Armure Ottomane avec casque exposé au Musée de Topkapi à Istanbul en Turquie

Ottoman armor with helmet exposed to the Topkapi Museum in Istanbul, Turkey

Indo-Persian turban helmet, late 15th century, Persian, Caucasian, or Anatolian, St Irene (Ottoman) arsenal mark, steel, silver, copper alloy, H. including mail 22 in. (55.9 cm); H. excluding mail 13 5/8 in. (34.6 cm); Wt. excluding mail 3 lb. 9 oz. (1616 g), Met Museum. Retains the alternating solid and round riveted mail aventail that protected the lower half of the face and neck.

Indo-Persian turban helmet, late 15th century, Persian, Caucasian, or Anatolian, St Irene (Ottoman) arsenal mark, steel, silver, copper alloy, H. including mail 22 in. (55.9 cm); H. excluding mail 13 5/8 in. (34.6 cm); Wt. excluding mail 3 lb. 9 oz. (1616 g), Met Museum. Retains the alternating solid and round riveted mail aventail that protected the lower half of the face and neck.

Ottoman steel turban helmet, 1500-1525, with Saint-Irene Arsenal mark, The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar.

ARMOR: Ottoman steel turban helmet, with Saint-Irene Arsenal mark, The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar.

Turban Helmet late 15th century Helmets of this type are usually called turban helmets because of their large bulbous shape and the flutings that imitate the folds of a turban. Because certain dervish groups wore turbans wound with a prescribed number of folds to represent an important mystical number, it is likely that turban helmets were regarded not merely as armor but also a kind of religious insignia, their very shape marking the wearer as a fighter in the Holy War. Turban helmets....

Date: late century Culture: Iranian Medium: Steel, engraved and damascened with gold and silver Dimensions: Length 12 in. ( cm) Width 10 in.

Persian or Ottoman 16th century turban helmet, steel with inlaid silver. Original intact camail/aventail ( (mail curtain protecting the neck and shoulders). Turban helmets are named for their large turban like form, they seem to originate from the 14th century with most surviving examples dating from the 15th to 16th century. The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD

Persian or Ottoman century turban helmet, made of steel with inlaid silver, and it's original intact mail aventail. Turban helmets originate from the century with most surviving examples dating from the to century.

Turban Helmet. Date: late 15th century. Culture: Iranian

Turban Helmet - Iranian late c.

Indo-Persian turban helmet, 15th to 16th century, Philadelphia Museum of Art

Turban helmet with nasal and aventail Ak-Koyunlu lands (now eastern Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, northern Iraq. and western Iran), Philadelphia Museum of Art

Persian turban helmet, 15th century, inscribed with Thuluth script.

Persian turban helmet, century, inscribed with Thuluth script.

Turban helmet

Turban helmet

Turban Helmet(Date: late 15th century Culture: Iranian Medium: Steel, gold, silver)

Turban Helmet(Date: late century Geography: possibly Istanbul Culture: Turkish, possibly Istanbul, in the style of Turkman armor

Turban helmet

Turban helmet

Hand-Made Turban Helmet

Hand-Made Turban Helmet

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