Sherwood Forest was, in its day, supposedly a terrifying place. It was home to bandits, the likes of which would rob others, keeping them at the point of the Sherwood Bandit Sword, while relieving their victims of precious valuables. Something of an anomaly, this sword is too ornate to be a simple bandits blade. The pommel is a hollowed circle with a blue stone set at its center, making the general form of a cross. The black handle has four metallic banners looping it, all differing slightly in design but sharing a common pattern. The guard is intricately inlaid with designs reminiscent of a forest, with vines, trees, and wildlife, including a shield-like crest in the middle where three hunting cats are represented. Far from a simple bandits blade, this looks very much to be an item from nobility. But was the Sherwood Bandit Sword stolen or freely given?
- Includes Display Plaque
- Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Blade
- A Great Collectible
- Overall Length: 41.5 Inches