A popular weapon amongst soldiers during the medieval era, the halberd was a versatile weapon against cavalry and foot soldiers. The Spurred 16th Century Decorative Medieval Halberd is an exquisite replica of this medieval polearm. As is typical of a halberd, this model is comprised of a large wooden staff with an axe head attached to its end. Accompanying this axe blade, a spur protrudes from the opposite side, and a spear shaped blade tops the design. These components are crafted from cast metal, while the staff is made of hardwood. Toward the end of the staff, a fabric fringe is attached, which combines with the fabric grip located along its center to produce the appearance of a ceremonial weapon. The color of this fringe can vary from piece to piece. Accent your home with the spectacular historical beauty of the Spurred 16th Century Decorative Medieval Halberd.
- Replica 16th century halberd
- Shaft is crafted from hardwood
- Head is made from cast metal
- Made in Italy
- Extraordinary piece of medieval decor
- Height: 80.75 Inches