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, how Henry VIII founded the royal armories, and about foot combat tournaments.
King Henry VIII founded the royal armour workshop at Greenwich Palace in 1515. Top rank craftsmen were brought in from Germany to Greenwich, and the foot combat armour is the first surviving example of their work. This suit of armour was produced for the Kings use at the Field of Cloth of Gold.
- Great Home Or Office Decor
- Die Cast Model of Foot Combat Armour
- Wooden Base
- Gift Idea
- Overall Length: 5.5 Inches