This authentically detailed sword is a reproduction of the sword wielded by Peter and prominently featured in the Disney film "The Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe." Master Replicas, industry leader in fine movie reproductions, has meticulously recreated the actual prop sword using the finest grade materials and craftsmanship of the highest quality available. Close attention to quality is a top priority in every piece. This unique sword, features a hand-forged High Carbon steel blade detailed with elegant acid-etched runes (lettering) along the fuller. Full tang construction through a solid wood handle wrapped in genuine leather. Each sword is presented with a wood wall display plaque adorned with silkscreened designs.
The Prop Story : When Mrs. Pevensie sends her children to the country, she gives her oldest child a great responsibility: "Look after your brother and sisters." Upright and honest, Peter takes his mission seriously, but doesn't always know how best to accomplish it. His attempts to rein his brother lead directly to Edmund's betrayal. Once Edmund has gone missing, it's Peter's sworn duty to get him back. As if that weren't enough, Peter faces a growing and even greater responsibility: the saving of Narnia. As the future High King, it is up to Peter to lead Aslan's army in battle against the White Witch. Will a fifteen-year old boy who can barely look after his own family stand up to an entire evil army? Peter's sword plays an integral part in the battle against the evil White Witch and the return of his errant brother Edmund, uniting the Pevensie family and liberating the Kingdom of Narnia forever.
Xcerpt from "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" (Chapter 10):
"Peter, Adam’s Son," said Father Christmas.
"Here, sir," said Peter.
"These are your presents," was the answer, "and they are tools, not toys. The time to use them is perhaps near at hand. Bear them well." With these words he handed to Peter a shield and a sword. The shield was the colour of silver and across it there ramped a red lion, as bright as a ripe strawberry at the moment when you pick it. The hilt of the sword was gold and it had a sheath and a sword belt and everything it needed, and it was just the right size and weight for Peter to use. Peter was silent and solemn as he received these gifts, for he felt they were a very serious kind of present.
"Susan, Eve’s Daughter," said Father Christmas. "These are for you," and he handed her a bow and a quiver full of arrows and a little ivory horn. "You must use the bow only in great need," he said, "for I do not mean you to fight in the battle. It does not easily miss. And when you put this horn to your lips and blow it, then, wherever you are, I think help of some kind will come to you."
Last of all he said, "Lucy, Eve’s Daughter." and Lucy came forward. He gave her a little bottle of what looked like glass (but people said afterward that it was made of diamond) and a small dagger. "In this bottle," he said, "there is a cordial made of the juice of one of the fire-flowers that grow in the mountains of the sun. If you or any of your friends is hurt, a few drops of this will restore them. And the dagger is to defend yourself at great need. For you also are not to be in the battle."