Charles III double edge sword in natural size, with rustic tone finish. Steel handle. Blade made in stainless, tempered steel, forged, polished and engraved. Length 107 cm, weight 1,300 kg.
Functional cup-hilt rapier sword with a sharp blade. Made of carbon steel with a total length of 117,5 cm. 87,2 cm. blade and 936 gr. weight. Blade width 1,9 cm/1 cm. blade thickness 6.4 mm/2.5 mm, including leather scabbard.
Functional rapier sword for fencing from the 17th century. High quality carbon steel blade with excellent balance. Total length 115 cm. length of the blade 93 cm. weight 1.05 kg. Width at guard 1,90 cm. at tip 1,02 cm. Thickness at guard 0,64cm. at tip 0,25 cm.
Rapier combat sword in carbon steel 1095. It includes scabbard. Total lenght 108 cm, blade 92 cm, blade width 1,5 cm and blade thickness 3 mm.
La Tizona is a 16th century Spanish style sword well known and appreciated throughout Europe, used by the captains of the Tercios of Flanders and the Conquistadors of America. It stands out for its cup-shaped guard with fretwork.
Seventeenth century rapier beautifully executed with a very complex grip. Knob made with hand-rolled silver wire with rings on the top and bottom. The hand forged blade, made of high carbon steel and fully tempered, has a wide channel to lighten and strengthen it in the thrust and a heavy ricasso that provides greater strength. This type of sword was used...
This impressive seventeenth-century Rapier is elegantly crafted by hand. It has a metal basket with an elaborate braid to protect the hand. The finely carved horn handle imitates the elegantly rotated metal of the handle and is hand-worked and inserted with a single steel wire that provides excellent grip during duels.Hand-forged steel blade, high...
Sword with basket handle from the mid-18th century. Variations in the configuration of the handle elements include examples with an oval opening for the rein. An example of this sword with this last characteristic, coming from Eglinton Castle, sponsor and host of the Eglinton tournament, is now in the Royal Museum of Ontario. This sword has been...