Helmets, one of the close defense tools that have been used since ancient times and protect the head of the warrior against impacts, are not only protective weapons, but they have been used as a magnificent element in state ceremonies and military ceremonies with their striking appearance. Techniques such as forging, cutting, rivet, casting, chain knitting have been used in the production of helmets whose main material is metal. In addition, metal decoration techniques such as gold, silver and stone inlay, relief and sandblasting were applied to the ornaments. In European museums, there are a large number of Anatolian origin military tools that were seized from the siege and wars. With these aspects, helmets are included in many collections and museums. In particular, the Vienna Military History Museum draws attention because it contains the most Ottoman artifacts.
Patterns on Victory Helmet, 16-17. It was created by taking inspiration from the helmets of the 18th century Ottoman period, exhibited in the Moscow Kremlin Museum and Hermitage Museum. Patterns are in the style of rumi and Hatai, especially used in the Ottoman period. The patterns on the lower part are inspired by the ear visors of the helmets. Similar helmet samples are on display at the Louvre Museum in France, the Bayerisches Armee Museum in Germany and the US Metropolitan Museum.
Zafer Helmet is made of handmade glass and all the relief patterns on it are decorated using 24 carat gold, gilding and antique paints.
Production is limited to 2,000.