The Great Captain Sword by Marto begins with Gonzalo Ferdinaz de Cordoba, a great military leader in the time of the Catholic Kings. Distinguished and strong, this warrior built an army that was the base of Spanish military power in the 16th century. This sword features an elaborate hilt, with a plain, rounded medallion-pommel depicting several figures amidst a battle, while the grip is wire-wrapped and the guard is decorated in various leaf-like patterns. Broad quillions curve down and inward towards the blade, with a pair of narrower quillions curve sharply towards the blade as well. The blade is straight-edged and effective, with gold etchings to match the decorative, ornate hilt. Once wielded by the man who was called the Great Captain himself, this sword is perfect for celebrating military power tied to decorative beauty.
Key Features Stainless Steel Blade 24K Gold-Etched Blade
Measurements Overall Length: 30 Inches