The Tudor Burgonet was a 16th century cavalry helmet that was often worn with a "Falling Buffe" to protect the face. The Border Reivers of the English-Scottish borderlands were very fond of burgonets in the Elizabethan era, a result of this is that reivers were often called steil (steel) bonnets.
The Tudor Burgonet is hand crafted from polished steel and has hinged cheek pieces, a detachable visor (falling buffe - held in place with a buckled leather strap) and brass decoration. Comes complete with separate padded lining cap. 18 gauge steel construction - not recommended for reenactment.
All dimensions are approximate.