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DIY Shield Coloring, Richard I the Lionheart Coat of arms, type 2




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DIY Shield Coloring, Richard I the Lionheart Coat of arms, type 2


Medieval dzen set – great from the youngest age. What could be cooler than painting King Richard the Lionheart coat of arms? 

Set includes:

  1. fully-ready plywood shield with blazon's outline,
  2. quality acrylic paints,
  3. professional brushes,
  4. leather handle for self-installation,
  5. do-it-yourself picture instruction.

Size of shield is 45 cm x 36,5 cm (17,7 in x 14,3 in).

All you need is to paint coat of arms. A bit of medieval fun.

Recommended age - from 6 to 150 years old :)

Gules, two lions combatant or armed and langued azure

Coat of arms of House of Plantagenet. 

When Richard was first crowned in 1189, it wasn't all clear with his accession. During Henry's II sons revolt against him, Richard's elder brother Henry the Young King was crowned (yep, during their father's reign), but died six years before Henry II. In 1189, Richard finally defeated his father and was called his heir apparent. Henry II died in two days...

Richard finally became a king. But he wasn’t his father’s first son so he received not a whole coat of arms, but two lions standing opposite each other. One of these lions is pictured on his First Great Seal (actually, it is debated whether it represented two lions combatant or a single lion). Two golden lions combatants proudly stand one opposite another on a red shield looking sternly into each other's eyes. Lions’ tongues and claws are azure.

It was a coat of arms Richard became famous as Lionheart with somewhere between 1194-1198 – as a knight, crusader, and victor over Saladin (he didn’t actually win ;) ).


If you don’t like the received product for any reason, you may send it back to us within 14 days. If the received item has defects or does not fit your parameters, we will make a new item and send it to you at our costs. If postal service lost your parcel, we make a search of it. If parcel could not be found, we make new item at our expenses.


We ship orders via National Postal Service, who carries order to your local post office. Upon shipping, we provide you with tracking number of parcel. If you need express delivery (DHL, TNT, etc.), please contact us.


Every product is handcrafted and requires time for manufacture. Approximate time:

  • Gambeson and padded armor – 8-9 weeks;
  • Costumes and other clothing – 4-6 weeks;
  • Brigandines – 3-4 months;
  • Leather accessories 2-4 weeks;
  • Metal armor – 2-5 months.

Please contact us if you would like to know more precise terms.

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