Say, perhaps, you have a love of knights and all things medieval, but you do not have the space to set up a full-sized knight in your own home. Whatever will you do? Do not give in to despair and panic! We have a large selection of knight statues that are greatly detailed and perfectly sized, ensuring that you will always have access to a knightly statue to display in your home or office. Of course, our knightly figures come in all shapes and sizes, as many of them wear different styles of plate armor. Many are modeled after the typical European knights of the Late Middle Ages that wore stunning examples of plate when they went to war, although not all knights follow this example. Others are modeled after Crusaders and Templars, who made mail their armor of choice and wore heavy helmets and robes while wielding swords in the name of their faith and their Holy War. That they come in various sizes only means that there is bound to be a knight to suit your need here, whether you are looking to occupy a small shelf with limited space or a large table that looks like it needs a grand knight statue that stands more than a foot tall. Virtually all of them come adorned with weapons of some sort, and some even feature shields. If you are longing to add a few knights to your decor, then here you will find dozens of knight statues that are just waiting to decorate the halls of your medieval castle or appear on your desk or shelf.
Bring the allure of medieval Europe into your home with the Armoured Knight with Halberd Statue! This statue displays a knight at attention, showing that knights were just as much guardians and protectors as they were brutal warriors.
On the battlefield and off, the image of a medieval knight has always been a striking sight to see. This Armoured Medieval Knight with Halberd Statue displays a chivalrous warrior holding one of the most prominent medieval weapons.
Whether in a tournament on a running horse or standing at attention, nothing is more representative of medieval culture than a knight. This Armoured Medieval Knight with Sword Statue features an impressive design that you will love!
Though many used spears, halberds, or javelins in battle too, the sword was the most commonly used and important weapon for medieval knights. Display a medieval knight in iconic form with the Armoured Medieval Swordsman Statue.
This Blue Knight Statue is made of cold cast resin and hand painted in great detail. The large blue knight statue stands 22 inches tall and 8 inches wide. The knight statue shows armour that a person would wear during the medieval times.
Knights did not just come from the known European countries. They came from all over, and this Bohemia Knight Statue depicts an impressive armored warrior who have fought and served for one of the smaller medieval kingdoms.
This decorative statue looks heavy. Our Bronze Armored Knight with Long Axe Statue resembles the historic armor worn by medieval knights centuries ago. One would need to be in exceptional shape to wear each piece of this suit.
Few characters of history share the drama of Joan of Arc, in which Joan receives instruction from heaven to fight and lift the English domination of France. The Bronze Jeane dArc Statue depicts Joan in her armour with a banner.
Though his validity as a real person has been disputed for centuries, King Arthur remains one of the most well-known rulers in the history. Show off the Bronze King Arthur with Goblet and Sword Statue as a part of your classical theme.
Unicorns can frolic, knights can battle, or dragons can roar on the Cascading River Castle Display Stand. The choice is yours! This versatile fantasy display stand is the perfect home for your own favorite mini statues and figurines.
Have you ever wanted to create a medieval scene? If you have knight statues, then you can! This Castle Courtyard Display recreates a small corner of a grand castle or fort that you can use to display some of your knightly statues!
The famous Filippo Negroli, an armourer from Italy, was so skilled in his craft that Holy Roman Emperor Charles V commissioned him to build a special gold and silver suit. This ornate suit has been recreated by the Charles V Armour Statue.