CELTIC COMBAT SWORD 75-264 BK In respect of the Celts tradition and worship of the celestial heavens, this Celtic Combat Sword word offers a solid brass hand poured crescent moon guard and pommel . The 19" long flared blade measures 2 inches at the guard and flares out to 2-1/4" at its widest point. The blade features a 13-14" long blood groove and is constructed of high strength stainless steel which requires minimum maintenance . The anthropomorphic hilt and leaf shaped blade are similar to the swords that would have been used by Gaelic heroes like Cuchulain or Conn of the Hundred Battles. The handle consists of a grayed hardwood grip with brass plated spacers, with studded guard and pommel. This Celtic Combat Sword has an overall length of 26" and possesses all the attributes required by the true Celtic warrior. A beautiful hand-forged decorator sword, ready for display in home or office. A quality black leather scabbard included. Read more on Decorative Series Swords
• Overall Length: 26" • Blade Length: 19" • Grip Length: 5-3/16" • Hilt Length: 8-1/4" • Edge: Semi Sharp (can be sharpened) • Blade Material: Stainless Steel • Blade Width at Guard: 2" • Point of Balance: 1 5/8" below guard • Hilt: Wood w/ Brass guard & pommel • Scabbard: Quality Leather w/ loop • Sword Weight: 1 lb 9.2 oz
Specs may vary slightly from piece to piece.
Dating back as early as 500 B.C., The Celtic peoples were one of the most brave, inspiring and exciting fighters in History, displaying great strength and fury. Their choice weapon in battle was a sword designed for close combat with it's flared leaf shaped blade featuring strong and deadly sharp edges. The two sharp edges made these swords good for slashing at the enemy, especially if the warrior was riding on a chariot. Such a design could be wielded quickly and with great power.
Note: This product is hand-forged by sword artisans of Pakistan. Certain variations in size or color, smudges, and small imperfections, are characteristic of the artisan workmanship of this unique product and are not to be considered manufacturing defects.