Burgonet of Sir John Smythe
The light closed armet is called Burgonet, also known as a Burgundian sallet, was a Renaissance combat helmet originally made by Greenwich. Ornamented with brass rivets and buckles decoration with padded velvet liner inside, the burgonet helmet is characterized by a skull with a large fixed peak projecting above the face-opening and a keel-like comb running from front to rear.
Attached to the skull are substantial hinged cheekpieces that do not meet at the chin or throat. A flange projects from the lower parts of the skull and cheek pieces to protect the back of the neck and sides. It can be used as an open-faced helmet, though the hinged bevor can be attached to close the face and keep it safe.