Ideal for collecting and displaying in the smallest of places, our miniature figurines are fun and minute pieces of history. We offer a wide range of miniature figurines and miniature figure sets that are based on historical eras ranging from the days of Ancient Rome and Greece to the Renaissance and the Tudors. Check out all our miniature medieval soldiers and jousting knights here, as well as mini gladiator packs, miniature Celtic boars, miniature Viking figures, and mini Scottish soldiers. Many of these miniatures have impressive details and are made of lead-free pewter, making them great additions to collections, delightful accents to decor, and thoughtful gifts.
This figurine is so accurate that it looks like it might has well have ridden out of the pages of history! The 13th Century Tournament Knight Figure is supplied with a full-color information card complete with historical information.
The medieval tourney was not always about jousting. Often, it was a series of combative events that pitted one knight against others. This 1500 Century Tournament Knight Figurine depicts one warrior as he rides in one of the events.
The joust is perhaps one of the best known events in a medieval tourney. This 1520 Tournament Knight Figurine depicts one such warrior who is armed and ready for just such an event, as he sits on his horse, awaiting the next charge.
Contained within this simple package is a Celtic Warrior Figure that is perfect for collecting and display. Each figure comes contained in a full-color box with images on the front, as well as images of the four varieties on the back.
This all-metal statue is the Charles Dickens Figure, which depicts one of, if not the greatest novelist of the Victorian Age. The figure comes attached to an information card, which features details about all four figures in the series.
This all-metal statue is the Isambard Kingdom Brunel Figure, which depicts the revolutionary English civil engineer. The figure comes attached to a full-color information card, which features details about all four figures in the series.
The appearance of the knight changed throughout the Middle Ages with armor improvements and stylistic shifts. The Knights in a Box Set offers a brief survey of those changes with a quartet of detailed metal knight miniatures.
The Romans often celebrated important figures or animals through sculpture, including the animal companions of their gods and goddesses. The Mini Owl of Minerva comes in a clear box and includes a card of historical facts.
This Miniature Foot Combat Armour Statue is a die-cast model measures 5.5 inches including its wooden base. The Foot Combat Armour Statue is supplied in a clear box. A color card explains about the production of armour.
The Norman Knight Figure is a typical depiction of what a Norman warrior would have looked like around the 11th century. This impressive figurine comes in its own full-color box which depicts all four figurines on its reverse.
This all-metal statue is the Queen Victoria Figure, which depicts the queen who had the longest reign in British history. The statuette comes attached to an information card, which features details about all four figures in the series.
Elephants were celebrated even during the Roman eras, as is seen by this impressive depiction of a Roman Elephant. This detailed sculpture comes in a clear acetate box, complete with an interesting historical information card.