“Battlefield crosses or battle crosses” were created to honor the fallen. A deceased troop’s rifle is planted, barrel-first, into their boots (or, in some cases, the ground) and their helmet is placed atop the rifle. Like all things military, this cross sculpture is part of a long-standing tradition — a tradition that has evolved since its first use on the battlefields of the American Civil War. Even though it is called a cross, there is no single religious ideology attached to the practice. The series of bronze statues entitled We Remember are my interpretation of the battle cross, to honor our Military Members, Wildland Firefighters, and Structural Firefighters.
This is an accurate life-size bronze sculpture of a firefighter’s helmet, boots, gloves, and pick-axe. The statue is a poignant representation of the necessary tools used by firefighters everyday. The helmet shield can be modified to reflect your department at no extra cost.
Sculptures are made-to-order. Please inquire for pricing.
Bronze Statue Dimensions:
Height: 39 inches
Weight: Approximately 110 lbs
17 inches x 14 inches
How to Order:
We accept checks and money orders. Orders maybe placed over the phone, by mail and email. Sorry we do not accept C.O.D. orders.
We will ship anywhere in the world. Please contact us for shipping arrangements and costs.
You may return an undamaged art work within 30 days of the shipment date. Shipping and handling charges are non-refundable. You must call or email us before returning the art work so we can give specific packaging instructions. You may want to insure your returns; we can not be responsible for lost, damaged or misplaced returns. Custom or customized items can not be returned for refunds.
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