Chess boards with medieval motifs. Medieval chess, Romans, Egyptians. It is thought that chess comes from India (200-700 AD.) and its creator designed it to entertain the king, who asked him in return a grain of wheat for the first square, two for second, four by the third and so on, to cover the 64 squares that make up the board. It is also believed that the inventor was the Greek Palamedes, who created it during the siege of Troy, to distract the soldiers during the days of inaction. The Arabs learned from the Persian by the name of as-satrany and taught it to the Spanish. The first chess expert was the Arab al-Dali. To Spain thus corresponds the honor of having introduced the noble game in Europe and to be cradle of the first theoretician of chess, Ruy Lopez, creator of a famous opening, who wrote a book of liberal invention and art of the game of Chess.
Entirely handmade religious paintings, diptychs and triptychs. Hand painted images of Maria, Jesus, the angels, the Cross and different saints. PRODUCTION PROCESS OF THE RELIGIOUS CRAFTS Manufacturing process is completely manual, with the same products used in the Romanesque, Gothic or Renaissance. Beginning - treated wood base Priming with bunnytail, white plaster base, 3-tier application basic preparation, sanding, applying shellac before gold foil for the altarpieces and triptychs funds. Subsequently, religious motifs are inserted; reliable reproductions of the originals, the sheets treated and aged (aging is applied by Judea bitumen and beeswax). Altarpieces painted in tempera Realized on canvas burlap sack, plastered and painted in tempera with earth colors. The fabrics are quartered manually to mimic the passing of the years. Mounted on wooden frame, the canvas is shaped and fully stretched. Altarpieces painted on wood. Roman Tryptich Development process based on treated wood and painted plaster in distemper, then aged with Judea bitumen and beeswax. Triptych and altarpieces with patterns in relief They are produced by applying a plaster thickness 3mm raised.
Medieval themed banners, Roman, Greek, Egyptian... The flag is a piece of cloth, usually rectangular attached by one side to a pole, or hung from a halyard. It is used to identify or represent a person or group of persons. In the medieval houses was common to see the banners representing lords, kings or important names.
The cushions are decorated with medieval Templar orders. The cushions are made by a Spanish factory so you can relax comfortably on them.
Paintings, medieval paintings with historical, legendary or fantastic motifs.
Stationery and office with medieval decor and period as pens, letter openers, magnets, step-paper, bookends, notebooks, greeting cards, wax seals, brand-pages.
Banners and flags medieval period, cotton and polyester fabrics of the highest quality. 100% washable. Ideal for indoor decoration, medieval cellars, places too rustic or outdoor.
In this category you will find handmade medieval forge, lamps, wall lamps designed in a rustic and traditional way, to decorate medieval environments like castles, bars, lounges or wineries. Forging applies to pure metals such as aluminum, titanium, zinc, copper and alloys of steel, copper, aluminum, brass or magnesium. In the Middle Ages, free forging was popular amogst smiths, which means not limited deformation of the metal and free in form or mass obtained through a craftsman pure strenght, shaping the metal by fire and hammer.
A medieval greca is a decorative strip, stamped or drawn, which repeats the same combination of medieval type items such as crosses, castles, lions, horsemen, warriors, etc. We sell by the meter so you can add to the basket as many units as needed..
The stamps are original medieval decorative items made of resin. For collectors of medieval objects, can be the perfect gift. They represent different orders as the Templars or Santiaguista.
Keychains with different medieval motifs
Old trunks and boxes. The chest is a chest or box-shaped furniture is intended for closed store items. They were widely used as chests for transporting goods.
Medieval, Gothic, Roman and struggles vintage posters.
The Toledo Damascene decorative art is based on embedding noble metals such as gold and silver on other, more common, such as iron and steel blued. The scale uses a chisel and hammer to merge the thread or sheet with the porous iron, leaving a single body made gold and iron.