High-quality wooden toy for wild games
Each knight, who holds something on itself, possesses beside a sword also a shield. This shield fits perfectly to the Knight Templar Sword and withstands many sword blows. The shield, like the sword, is carefully crafted: The smoothed wood does not splinter and is extremely stable, so that danger of injury is avoided here. The beautiful execution of the shield with the painted coat of arms makes little knights proud and stimulates to imaginative games.
- Colour: black/red
- Material: Wood
- Dimensions: 27 cm x 37 cm
- curved shape
- made in DE
The wooden shield made of robust plywood is also suitable for wild games due to its sturdy design. When selecting the colours, only those that are resistant to saliva and perspiration were used. The shape of the shield is the so-called V-shape, which was widespread among medieval knights from the 12th century onwards. This type of construction is particularly stable with small size and weight, which paid off in combat.
The colours of the Order of the Temple
The Order of the Temple is an order of knights shrouded in legend which had the task of protecting and accompanying pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem. The sign of the Knights Templar was a red cross, which was later also called the paw cross. The cross indicates that the Knights Templar were also monks. The cross was applied on either a white or a white ground. The Templar banners were also black and white, symbolizing the colors of war and peace. In the times of the Knights Templar, widely recognizable colors and symbols were very important in order to make their affiliation visible from afar.
For little medieval fans
Children also love it when the props for their games have an authentic look. This wooden shield is based on the shields of the medieval Knights Templar and brings a little history into the children's room. With such authentic historical toys, you can promote your children's interest in the story and give them space for imaginative play.
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