If you want a statue of a knight as he truly would have appeared on the field of battle or in a jousting tournament, then look no further than our knight on horseback statues. These horseback knight statues depict these medieval warriors as they sit on the backs of mighty mounts, looking quite impressive and intimidating. Of course, intimidating is only one of the words that might describe a fully armored and armed knight as he sits atop a massive warhorse, ready to ride and bring ruin to his enemies. The value of a mounted knight cannot be understated, as the mobility and power of a horse could make a single warrior difficult to defeat, especially if given the room to charge and circle about. These valiant knight statues are quite the impressive sight, possessing an absolutely amazing level of detail, and not just on the knights themselves. Their armor is, of course, brilliantly represented, showing off all the flukes, ridges, and designs that would have been common on knightly plate armor. Even more detail is apparent when you take the knight and the horse together, as the warhorses of many of these statues look as good and as decorated as the knights, if not more so. Together, even the smallest mounted knight statue is stunning, and the larger ones are brilliant pieces that make fantastic centerpieces in any decor, display, or collection. Whether you are a collector and a hobbyist by nature or a medieval enthusiast, you can bet that one of our knight on horseback statues will be a great piece to include in your collection or decor.
This figurine is so accurate that it looks like it might has well have ridden out of the pages of history! The 13th Century Tournament Knight Figure is supplied with a full-color information card complete with historical information.
The medieval tourney was not always about jousting. Often, it was a series of combative events that pitted one knight against others. This 1500 Century Tournament Knight Figurine depicts one warrior as he rides in one of the events.
The joust is perhaps one of the best known events in a medieval tourney. This 1520 Tournament Knight Figurine depicts one such warrior who is armed and ready for just such an event, as he sits on his horse, awaiting the next charge.
Crusaders came from all walks of life. Some knights heeded the call to arms and joined armies to retake the Holy Land. This Armored Crusader On Horse with Checkered Caparison Statue depicts a knight as he rides off to battle.
The life of a crusader and a knight were not all that different. You could almost mistake this Armored Crusader on Horseback with Maltese-Cross Emblem Statue for a classic knight, if not for the iconic cross emblazoned on his armor.
Some crusaders were unaffiliated warriors, who fought purely for their own reasons. Others, like in this Armored Crusader on Horseback with Maltese-Cross Flag Statue, fought for a specific order when they headed off to battle.
This Armored Knight Charging with Lance Statue depicts a noble warrior in all his armor as he charges to battle. This striking knight statue is made from cold cast bronze with hand painted gold accents.
This Armored Knight on Horse Statue is a warrior in full armor as he prepares to participate in a medieval tourney. This cold cast bronze statue is a great way to show a love of the medieval at your home or office.
Crusaders took many shapes and sizes. Some were kingly, some were peasants, and some were criminals. The Armored Knight On Horseback With Shield and Sword Statue depicts a knight who heeded the Crusades call to arms.
Knighthood in the Middle Ages often involved mounted warriors and was linked with horsemanship both as a status symbol and due to activities like jousting. The Bannerman Knight on Horse Statue displays a warrior on horseback.
This miniature mounted knight, appearing in tournament armour, is beautifully crafted and decorated in the heraldic symbols of the royal houses of the knights country. Each piece stands on a polished wooden base.