Do not forget to take the 17th Century Swept Hilt Rapier with you when you go on adventures. It is ideal for swashbuckling swordsmen. Made from high carbon steel, this sword has a narrow, double-edged blade with a diamond cross-section. Also, the blade has a long ricasso. Leather covers part of the ricasso. The sword continues with a swept hilt crossguard. The crossguard has twisting and curved quillons. This design is not only appealing, but it also protects the wielders hand by keeping a blade from sliding down onto the hand. Next, the steel hilt has a wooden, wire-wrapped handle before ending in a cylindrical pommel. Finally, this sword comes with a wooden scabbard. Black leather covers the scabbard. It has a steel throat and chape. This functional sword is a great option for historical reenactments and adding to sword collections. The 17th Century Swept Hilt Rapier looks wonderful on display in your home or office.
- Features a swept-style hilt design
- Has a double-edged blade
- Comes with a black scabbard
- Fully functional
- Great for reenactments and collections
- Made from high carbon steel
- Grip is wood wrapped in steel
- Scabbard is wood with leather
- Overall Length: 43.8 Inches
- Blade Length: 37.3 Inches
- Weight: 2 Pounds 4 Ounces
Measurements are approximate.