Miniature Maximus Gladiator Helmet

Miniature Maximus Gladiator Helmet

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This helmet worn by Maximus Decimus Meridus was famously depicted in the year 2000 feature film “Gladiator”. Maximus Decimus Meridus was a high ranking Roman general in command of multiple Roman legions who served under the Roman Emperor.

Like the helmets and men under them that represented with our helmet collection, sometimes their size and grandeur can be a little intimidating (which means they’re doing their job really). So, if it’s the majesty of full size that you think he’d like on his shelf to admire in perpetuity but there isn’t the room on this collector’s shelf of memorabilia to fit a full-size piece then just opt for the miniature version.

Like their counterparts, these miniature helmets of history’s warriors are crafted using traditional techniques and tools from strong and endurable metal alloys and finished to the same specifications as the original helmets – only on a smaller scale. As a gift, these miniature helmets are even more versatile than their full-sized brethren, yet they are no less attention-grabbing and sure to spark a conversation at your next dinner party or boardroom meeting. “Game of Thrones”

Uncommon, Unique and Priceless gift for Father’s Day, Mother’s Day and Christmas.

Features:

  • Pack Contents: Helmet – Gladiator, Wooden Stand
  • Colour: Chrome finish
  • Materials: Alloy
  • Key Attributes: Metal Gladiator Helmet, Wooden Stand
  • Uses: Home Decor, Gift, Souvenir, Collectible, History, Art and Craft.

Dimension:

  • Overall: 100W x 130D x 210H mm (inc. wooden stand)
  • Product Weight: 440 gm (inc. wooden stand)

Disclaimer: All of our items are  handmade (HANDCRAFTED) by master artisans who employ techniques (TOOLS) and traditions that are often centuries old. Some natural blemishes or imperfections are to be expected. These are not product flaws. Instead, they are precisely what make these pieces so extraordinary and beautiful.