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Robert the Bruce, was a powerful Scottish nobleman, who took up the legacy of William Wallace in the Wars of Independence, defeated the English at Bannockburn in 1314 and became King of Scots. Under Robert was written the Declaration of Arbroath, rooting Scottish sovereignty within the Scottish Nation, rather than by divine right.
Here Robert is depicted in the moments before Bannockburn upon his warhorse, inspired by the iconic statue which can be seen at the battlefield.
Stands 14cm tall on a base 13cm by 7cm. Cast from high quality 100% lead-free pewter.
Cast and finished by dedicated craftsmen in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland.
Pewter figures are usually ready to ship within 1-3 weeks if not in stock.