The beauty and function of a blade like the 16th Century Two-Handed Sword with Scabbard and Belt is something to be truly appreciated. Any gentleman or warrior would be happy to carry this fine weapon at their side. The blade is dual hardened and forged from 5160 high carbon steel with a moderate ricasso for half-swording and a triple fuller that runs a quarter length of the blade. The guard is crafted in mild steel with an ornate design sporting wide, etched quillons and curved finger rings for added defense. The sword features a full-length tang that is secured in a wood grip and wrapped in high grade leather. The hilt is capped with a scent stopper pommel. A leather-wrapped wood scabbard and belt are included with the sword. This 16th Century Two-Handed Sword with Scabbard and Belt epitomizes how the longsword became not only the weapon of the everyday soldier but also the weapon of a gentleman.
Please be aware that this sword is hand forged, and as such, its finish and its overall measurements can vary slightly from what is shown here. Also, be aware that this sword is made to be practical, tough, and hardy, and its finish, being hammered and hand forged, can sometimes feature marks from the forging process.
- A fully functional and extremely hardy sword
- Modeled after the sword displayed at the Tower of London
- Steel blade is dual hardened to a Rockwell of 53
- Full-length, peened tang provides immense durability
- Hilt is wrapped in leather for a solid grip
- Includes a leather-wrapped wood scabbard and belt
- Blade is hand forged from 5160 high carbon steel
- Grip and wood scabbard are wrapped in leather