One of the more decisive battles after the second Crusade was the Battle of Hattin. The Battle of Hattin Wall Plaque recalls the victory by Saladin. Made from polystone, this hand-painted plaque has a rectangular wood backing. It depicts a Crusader on horseback fighting against one of Saladins cavalrymen. The knight wears a white tabard with a red cross. His shield matches his tabard. The other fighter wields a scimitar and wears a leather chest plate. Additional warriors riding horseback are visible in the background. On the back, there are slots for hanging the plaque. Hang this Crusader plaque on a wall in your home or office. It is a great medieval decor piece.
- Depicts a famous medieval battle
- Shows two main warriors on horseback
- Rectangular backing has slots for hanging
- Richly colored and intricately detailed
- Great medieval decor piece
- Made from polystone
- Backing is wood
- Length: 16.5 Inches
- Width: 9 Inches
- Depth: 1.3 Inches
Measurements are approximate.