As time went on, medieval armor evolved. In Germany, traditional plate armor eventually became Maximilian plate. And that style of armor is exactly what this Medieval Armor – Maximilian Style Armor With Sword in Right Hand depicts in vivid detail. One of the primary designs that set Maximilian armor apart from the others is its fluted design, which covers the whole suit of armor in small raised ridges. More than just a stylized design, this serves to enhance the protection the armor offers, as the fluted surface works wonders for deflecting blows. This figurine depicts that design in miniature, down even to the intricate fluting that covers almost all of the armor. In keeping with traditional Maximilian armor design, only the greaves have no fluting. This suit of knightly armor stands atop a squared black base, and it holds, in its hand, a German style cut and thrust sword, angled point down so that it rests atop the base, just near the armors foot. This miniaturized suit of armor is crafted entirely in polystone, which is a form of cold cast resin that is mixed with powdered stone to give the figurine a heavier weight and a more impressive feel and finish. The end result is that the figurine has an overall finer feel, thanks to its greater weight. It is also hand painted, to better enhance its metallic look and style. This armor statue stands approximately 12.75 inches tall. Fans of medieval armor, in its various forms, will undoubtedly love this Medieval Armor – Maximilian Style Armor With Sword in Right Hand, thanks to its iconic look and its faithful reproduction of this classic and historic armor style.
- A Beautifully Hand Painted Statue
- Depicts a Suit of German Maximilian Style Plate Armor
- Features an Impressive Level of Detail
- Makes for a Stunning Collectible
- A Great Home Decor Piece or Gift Idea
- Made from Polystone
- Height: 12.75 Inches