54 mm White Metal
Hand Painted in St. Petersburg Russia.
European Knight XVI cc mounted in full regalia. Mound featured full Caparisons, full metal knights armour, short lance, and ploom helmet.
A caparison is a cloth covering laid over a horse or other animal for protection and decoration. In modern times, they are used mainly in parades and for historical reenactments. A similar term is horse-trapper. The word is derived from the Latin caparo, meaning a cape.