29" x 19" Crusader Double Shield with 2 Hand Painted Coat-of-Arms W/Free US S&H
Crusader Double Shield Coat-of-Arms
The Crusades of 1095 through 1291 AD ushered in the beginning of heraldry, as knights and warriors distinguished themselves in battle and proudly wore their coat-of-arms on their shield. The coat-of-arms was then passed from father to son, honored here with the Crusader Shield.
Forged from steel and curved to deflect swords, the Crusader Shield comes to life, hand-painted with the historical coat-of-arms granted to your family surname, and at 29” h x 19” w is our largest medieval shield.
Simply provide the family surnames (and country of origin, if known), and we’ll do the rest, researching an extensive library of heraldic texts.
The only full-size battle shield available displaying both the arms of the husband and wife together. We also add a monogram of the first name initials intertwined for a truly personal touch. Then, the authentic coat-of-arms is hand-painted by a master artist with durable oil-based enamels for vibrant color and lasting finish. Metallic accents on the three points of the shield seal the look, and a chain at the back makes for an easy wall display.
Brackets are also included that allow for the addition of a set of swords for an even more impressive medieval display.