Its surface is divided into alternate narrow sections-lobes, enchased with flowers and floral designs in gold.In 1655, when military troops of Poland were defeated by the Swedish army, it could have been transferred from Warsaw to the Royal Armoury in Stockholm as an expropriated trophy.

The helmet, besides being perfectly functional in shape, is at the same time exceptionally decorative.One the most distinguished exhibits of the museum is the helmet of Russian Tsar Ivan.According to it researchers can suppose that the helmet was executed before the year 1547 - the time when Grand Prince of Moscow Ivan Vasilyevich assumed the title of Tsar.

Royal treasuries, arms and armour of high historical and cultural value.Organized by: the Moscow Kremlin Museum, Royal Armoury in Stockholm.The helmet is forged of steel and decorated with embossing technique and gold notches.