Looking for a way to add some medieval style to your home or office? Why not hang up the 14th Century Sword with Fleur-de-Lis Scabbard? Made from stainless steel, this decorative sword features a double-edged blade. A fuller runs down the length of the blade. Detailed engraving adorns the blade.
Near the base of the blade, the engravings feature a shield with a cross in the center. As part of the design, a ribbon points towards the tips on each side of the shield. There are additional pieces of engraving further down the blade. They also adorn the blade near each edge.
Next, the sword continues with a curved crossguard. The bronze-colored crossguard curves towards the blade. A Latin inscription adorns the guard. This inscription translates from Vulgar Latin to Kept by a Dragon that Does Not Sleep.
The hilt continues with a tapered grip. It tapers towards the pommel. Also, the bronze-colored grip has three textured sections and two sections with ring designs between them. The hilt ends with a disk-shaped pommel. It continues the Vulgar Latin inscription, translating to In the Name of Truth.
Finally, this sword comes with a blue scabbard. It has a gold-colored chape and throat. Small fleurs-de-lis adorn the vinyl, faux-leather scabbard. You can add this blade to any sword collection or decor. It also looks great added to a costume.
- Completely decorative
- Latin inscription on pommel and guard
- Engraved detailing on blade
- Comes with a blue scabbard
- Great decor piece
- Wonderful collectible
- Made from stainless steel
- Scabbard is faux leather
- Overall Length: 42.9 Inches
- Weight: 4.5 Pounds
Measurements are approximate.