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Medieval French Knight with Fleur-de-Lis Shield Statue - 8563 - Museumize
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Medieval French Knight with Fleur-de-Lis Shield Statue - 8563 -

  • 63.00 USD



A knights weapon was some form of sword, saber or lance and a protective shield.  He also wore a defensive suit of armor embellished with decorative details about his family and culture. This French knight has the royal symbol, fleur-de-lis, on his collar and front of shield. It is another example from our Medieval Knight Collection of the types of ornamentation from historical knight's suits. There were a beautiful examples of artisan skills in metal ware from the middle ages. Medieval French Knight with Fleur-de-Lis Shield Statue is made from resin with pewter finish and hand painted details. Measures 16"H.

During the middle ages, knights were soldiers. To become a knight you had to be a descendant of a knight. At the age of 8 is when a boy began his journey on becoming a knight. He was put through training including horse back riding, and how to fight with a sword. He was also taught how to fight and ride while wearing full armor. When the boy reached the age of 15 he became a squire. He would help a knight with his armor and with his horse and anything else the night needed. Once the boy proved he was worthy of becoming a night he was dubbed a night.

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