As unlikely as it seems, Robin of Locksley might have once favored the use of a shorter blade as his close-combat weapon of choice; given that smaller spaces require a smaller weapon to fight effectively with, a short sword might handle better in the enclosed space of the woods. After all, the last thing one would want happening in a fight is the edge of a larger sword getting stuck in a tree or an over-hanging branch. This short sword is cast to look like its larger cousin; a simple stainless steel blade, capped with a guard etched with designs inspired by the forest. The grip is black, broken into three segments by two sections of cast metal heraldic banners. At the heart of the circular pommel is a jewel-stone, held securely in place by four prongs, forming an ornate cross. And like its larger cousin, this sword, too, no doubt took a number of nobles for all they were worth and more.
Key Features Includes Scabbard Cast Metal Furnishings on Scabbard
Measurements Blade Length: 20 Inches Overall Length: 28 Inches