The eve of battle has arrived. You and your men do not fear the enemy. You wield the Brass Fetter Lane Saxon Sword against them in combat. Made from high carbon steel, this functional sword is based on a sword in the British Museum collection. The original sword now consists of the pommel and half of the grip. It reveals the craftmanship involved with creating the swords of Saxon kings and champions. This version of the sword has a double-edged blade with a fuller running down its length. The sword continues with a short crossguard. The brass crossguard has a three-layer design. The inner layer has a nickel-plated finish. The outer layers feature a series of ridges along the sides.
Next, the grip has concave sides. In the center of the grip, there is a ridge. Intricate engraving adorns the brass grip. Then, the hilt ends in a pommel. The base of the lobed pommel looks like the crossguard. The center lobe is larger than the others and features an ornate design. Finally, this sword comes with a wooden scabbard. Brown leather covers the wood. It has a brass chape and locket. Also, there is a leather-covered wooden loop near the top. This loop allows the scabbard to hang from a belt, not included. Take this sword with you to your next historical reenactment or add it to a sword collection.
- Has a double-edged blade with a fuller
- Features an ornate handle design
- Comes with a brown scabbard
- Can hang from a belt, not included
- Great for reenacting and collecting
- Made from high carbon steel
- Hilt is brass
- Scabbard is wood with leather
- Overall Length: 36.4 Inches
- Blade Length: 30.5 Inches
- Weight: 3 Pounds 1.6 Ounces
Measurements are approximate.