The Crusades of 1095 through 1291 AD ushered in the beginning of heraldry, as knights and warriors distinguished themselves in battle and proudly wore their coat-of-arms on their shield. The coat-of-arms was then passed from father to son, honored here with the Crusader Shield.
Forged from steel and curved to deflect swords, the Crusader Shield comes to life, hand-painted with the historical coat-of-arms granted to your family surname, and at 29” h x 19” w is our largest medieval shield.
Simply provide the family surname at check out (and country of origin, if known), and we’ll do the rest, researching an extensive library of heraldic texts. Choose from two impressive formats:
Then, the authentic coat-of-arms is hand-painted by a master artist with durable oil-based enamels for vibrant color and lasting finish. Metallic accents on the three points of the shield seal the look, and a chain at the back makes for an easy wall display.
Forged from 440 steel, each with a 44” blade, the Excalibur swords can be crossed behind the shield, or beside the shield if imminent swordplay is at hand. Brackets are also included that allow for the easy display of the set of swords creating an impressive medieval display.
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