PZG the Polish Union for the Deaf produced a lot of original and unique figures in their workshops to provide employment for deaf people. Most were made a toys for children but some of the better ones were gilded, set on plinths and sold as ornaments for the tourist market. The most spectacular set, to my mind, was based on the Polish army during the Great Turkish War of the late 17th Century, so far I have identified seven mounted figures: King Jan Sobieski, officer, standard bearer, trumpeter, kettle drummer, winged lancer and dragoon.
The standard bearer, showing the engraved detail of the flag, frankly I'm amazed this has remained intact through the years.
The horse is well sculpted in a rather elegant pose, the original plinth it was mounted on has been removed, I rather prefer it this way.
The armour and composite bow have a distinctly Mongol style to them.
Detail showing the armament, 2 pistols, long broadsword strapped to flank of horse, shorter sabre, shield and composite bow
I have only ever seen the King and the Lancer fully painted, the rest are always coated in gilt as shown above, I think this chap will be a contender for a repaint. Such a shame they never made the Turks to oppose them.