Parts of a suit of armor, reminds me of my dad's mother's house. I'm not sure if it had a shield or sword on their statue though. R.I.P. to the both of them. http://medievallifestyle.com/armor-and-weapons/suit-of-armor.html
A rare Venetian Sallet of the Chalcis type, provenance: North Italy dating: mid-15th Century.
Italian Armet, ca. 1585
Milanese Armet, ca. 1475 This is a particularly good example of the fully developed form of Italian armet about fifty years after the style was created. It is stamped with marks used by the Missaglia workshop from 1452 to 1496.
Grand bacinet - 15th Century. Italie. | Photo (C) Paris - Musée de l'Armée, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Pascal Segrette
Massive Great Helm, reminds me of the Italian effigy of Rainmondino Lupi, d. 1379. I'll see if I can get more info.
Etruscan, about 500-480 BC Made in ancient Etruria, in modern Italy
Great helm. English. c. 1370 Royal Armouries.
A Greek bronze winged helmet of Phrygian-Chalcidian type, late Classical Period, circa 4th century B.C.