The Medieval Armor – Armor Of Ibrahim Sultan Ibn Shahrukh is an impressive figurine that depicts the iconic armor of another crusades era warrior. However, this armor did not belong to a European knight, but instead was used by a Muslim warrior. This impressive figurine renders, in miniature, the style of armor that was popular with Crusade era Muslims, making this a style of armor that many European Crusaders would have been familiar with. This figurine depicts a figure dressed in a mail hauberk that falls down to the knees, while also featuring banded protection around the midriff and plated bracers on the arms. Light boots and an underskirt adorn the figurines legs, allowing this warrior to stay mobile in rough terrain. In one hand, the warrior carries a curved axe, while the other features a shield. The statue also carries a shield to off-set the lack of heavy plate armor. A regal helm adorns the figurines head, serving to set this design off as one belonging to a more influential and powerful figure then just your average soldier. A sword is belted at the figurines side. The statue is crafted entirely in polystone, which is a form of cold cast resin that is mixed with powdered stone to give it a more weighted feel as well as a stunning level of detail. It is hand painted as well, which gives the statue a greyscale look that is quite handsome. This knightly statue stands approximately 13.75 inches tall. Medieval warriors come in all forms and shapes, and this Medieval Armor – Armor Of Ibrahim Sultan Ibn Shahrukh depicts one such warrior from across the globe, giving it a unique style that makes it a great addition to any enthusiasts collection.
- A Beautifully Hand Painted Statue
- Depicts a Muslim Warriors Traditional Suit of Armor
- Features an Impressive Level of Detail
- Makes for a Stunning Collectible
- A Great Home Decor Piece or Gift Idea
- Made from Polystone
- Height: 13.75 Inches