Medieval decorative castle banners

Unicorn Crests Black And White

The Magic Unicorn Banner

The Magic Unicorn Banner has a deep black top panel and a gold bottom panel. The Unicorn Crest is silk-screened on in silver. The height of the Magic Unicorn banner is 48 inches and the width is 22.5 inches. Unicorn is a mythic animal with the body of a white horse, the legs of an antelope, and the tail of lion; a single spiral horn growing out of its forehead. It is the symbol of supreme magical power. It teaches that every action is creation, so make every day count. In addition, it helps to understand the relationship between physical and spiritual realities. The unicorn is probably the only fabulous beast that does not seem to have been created out of human fears. In even the earliest references, he is fierce yet good, selfless yet solitary, but always mysteriously beautiful. Made of durable cotton. 48" High x 22 1/2" Wide. #N605.. .$39.00

Heraldic Banner

The Heraldic Banner measures 48 inches in height and 22.5 inches in width. The design portrayed on the Heraldic Banner is a double headed eagle. The Heraldic Banner features a black top panel complemented with burgundy bottom panel. The double-headed eagle was long used as the insigne of a Scottish Rite Mason; it is now the accepted emblem in the United States of America. It is the oldest crest in the world. It was a symbol of power more than two thousand years before the building of King Solomon's Temple. Made of durable cotton. 48" High x 22-1/2" Wide. #N612.. .$39.00

Castle Banners

The Knight in Armor

The Knight in Armor Banner measures 48 inches in height and 22.5 inches in width. The Knight in Armor banner offers a silver armor clad knight on horseback, with lance and shield for battle. The banner features a deep black top panel with complementing imperial royal blue bottom panel. Knight was the most significant military figure of the feudal system of the European Middle Ages. He was mounted warrior dressed in a suit of armor. The word knight derived from the Old English word cniht, meaning horseman. Made of durable cotton. 48" High x 22-1/2" Wide #N604.. .$39.00

Medieval Castlebanners

Rampant Knight Banner

Rampant Knight Banner is a silvery "Knight in Armor" that charges gallantly into battle upon his rampant stallion! The Rampant Knight Banner features deep black top with complementing Royal blue bottom. The banner is 48 inches long and 22.5 inches wide. The purpose of banner was to bear a noble's arms. In the earlier heraldic period, the banner of one's leader showed where his men should rally, and the badge they bore could easily be one of the charges on that banner. Heraldic Banner is the personal flag of an armiger which shows the arms, as depicted on the shield, and nothing else. Traditionally, the design is placed on the flag as if the flagstaff were to the left of a drawing of the shield.

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Cadwaller Dragon Banner

The Cadwaller Dragon Banner is a deep black on top with a red bottom panel. The Dragon Crest is silk-screened on in silver The glistening silver symbol of Dragon on the black top panel complements a Welsh bottom paneL The height of the Cadwaller Banner is 48 inches and the width is 22.5 inches. Cadwaller Dragon is the emblem of Wales. It appears on its national flag; it consists of red dragon, passant, on a green and white field. The red dragon is derived from the Great Red Serpent that once was a symbol of the old Welsh god Dewi There are many legends associated with the Welsh dragon. The most famous is the prophecy of Myrddin (or Merlin) if a long fight between a red dragon and a white dragon. According to the legend, the white dragon dominated at first, but eventually the red dragon would win. Made of durable cotton. 48" High x 22-1/2" Wide

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Boars Head Banner

The Boars Head Banner has a deep black top background with a forest green bottom panel. The wild boars head crest is silk-screened on in silver. Wooden hanging rod included. The Boars Head Banner measures 48 inches in height and is 22.5 inches wide. The wild boar was a symbol of Richard III of England. The boar and boar's head are common charges in heraldry. A complete beast may represent the positive qualities of a boar, which are courage and fierceness in battle; while a boar's head represents hospitality. The symbol of boar's head is many times included on family coat of arms. This significance probably comes from the common provision of roast boar at banquets or it may symbolize that the bearer of the arms is a noted hunter. Made of durable cotton. 48" High x 22-1/2" Wide

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Medieval King And His Family

Uther Pendragon

The Uther Pendragon sculpture is cast in pewter and is

!6.5 inches tall. The sculpture has a stone base but rests i upon a wooden platform. The wood platform is 2" square & V" tall with the characters name on the platform. The Uther Pendragpn sculpture weighs roughly around 1 lb 5oz and comes packaged in its own gift box with foam inserts. Uther Pendragon is the legendary father of King Arthur Uther spent his youth in exile in Bretom with his elder brother Aurelius Ambrosius. They returned to Britain to overthrow Vortigern, and Aurelius is made king. He sent his brother and Merlin to Ireland in order to fetch the Giants' Ring When Aurelius is poisoned, a celestial sign appears and Merlin takes this as forecasting the glory of Uther and his unborn offspring. Uther becomes king after his brother's death and holds court in London. 6.5" high x 3.5" wide #52073.. .$75.00

Knight Templar

The Knight Templar sculpture is cast in pewter and is 4.5" tall. The sculpture has a pewter base but rests upon a wooden platform. The wood platform is 2" square & V" tall with the character's name on the platform. The sculpture weighs roughly around 1 lb and comes packaged in its own gift box with foam inserts. The weight of the product itself is around 15.6 oz. The Templar Knights were identifiable by their white surcoat with distinct red cross emblazoned above the head or on the chest. The Templars were oiganized as a monastic order, following a rule created for them by Bernard of Qairvaux of the Qstercian order. The popular name Templar refers to their historical headquarters in the Dome of Rock, an Islamic shrine on the summit Mount Moriah in Jerusalem which they named Temple of the Lord. 4.5" high x 2.25" wide

Roman Centurion

The Roman Centurion sculpture is cast in pewter and is 5.25 inches tall. The sculpture has a pewter base but rests upon a wooden platform. The wood platform is 2" square & V" tall with the characters name on the platform. The Roman Centurion sculpture weighs roughly around 1.2 lbs and comes packaged in their own gift box with foam inserts. The weight of the sculpture itself is 14oz. Centurion was a professional officer of the Roman army. Centurions commanded a centuria, 30 to 160 soldiers and noncombat-ants. The Roman centurion was distinguished by his uniform — his armor was silvered, he wore his sword on his left side rather than his right, and the crest of his helmet was turned so that it went sideways across his helmet like a halo. 5.25" high x 3" wide

Jewelry Banners

KiNG Richard

King Richard sculpture is cast in pewter and is 4.75 inches tall. The sculpture has a pewter base but rests upon a wooden platform. The wood platform is 2" square & Y2" tall with the characters name on the platform. King Richard sculpture weighs roughly around 1.4 lbs and comes packaged in a gift box with foam inserts. The weight of the sculpture itself is 15oz. King Richard, whose great individual courage in battle earned him the Title the Lion-Hearted, tool charge of the Third Crusade and became one of the medieval Europe's greatest military leaders. Although his fame is the result of romantic legends as well as heroic actions, Richard's accomplishments on the battlefield are remarkable in themselves. He proved himself as one of the few commanders who could organize and coordinate the varied outstanding commanders of medieval times. Richard died from a wound inflicted when besieging the castle of Chalus over a recently-discovered hoard of gold.

Dragon Door Poster

In certain mythologies, the dragon is more generally credited with beneficent powers. The ancient Greeks and Romans believed that dragons had the ability to understand and to communicate to mortals the secrets of the earth. Partially as a result of this notion of the monster as a kind, protective influence, and partially because of its fearsome qualities, it was employed as a military emblem. The dragon also figures in the mythology of various Asian countries, notably Japan and China. It is sacred in the Daoist (Taoist) religion and was the national emblem of the Chinese Empire. Among the Chinese people, the dragon is traditionally regarded as a symbol of good fortune. Dragon Door Poster is perhaps the most striking dragon poster you will ever see. The poster features a bat-winged dragon snarling in the air, above a sleeping city and a man with sword in one hand and lamp in another. The overall length of the Dragon Door poster is 62" x 21." Purchase this poster today to add a wonderful gothic touch to your room!

Medieval Castle Rooms

Life in a Medieval Castle

The first part of this book describes the household of a great castle. The second and third parts relate the evolution of the castle and its role in society. The final section traces the decline of the castle in favor of grand houses and palaces. #18713.. .$22.00

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