Kettle hat, of iron, made of one piece with a narrow, even brim and a section of comb at the apex. Round the upper part of the brim is a series of lining rivet holes, some still retaining rivets. Low at either side of the skull is a set of two rivet holes, one at least containing a rivet, which would have been used for the attachment of cheekpieces or a chin strap. The edge is damaged and cracked, and there are large dents and corroded losses on the skull. The helmet has been subsequently fitted with an iron handle and a long iron suspension chain, for potential use as a cooking pot, although the surviving traces of red vermillion pigment on the outer surface suggest that the helmet was not used for this purpose.