Add the might of a Renaissance knight to your home decor or weaponry collection by showing off the 16th Century Italian Mace. By the 15th Century, armor had become so well developed that it was almost impervious to a sword cut and even a thrust. The mace, which evolved from mans oldest weapon, the club, could make short work of that armor. With a few sound full-force blows the best of plate was so damaged that the wearers movement would be greatly impaired, and that lead quickly to defeat. This handsome example has 8 flanges that are made from carbon steel that has been blackened to a deep luster. The bottoms of the shafts are wrapped in black leather. The shaft is hollow, to help with balance and weight.
Please note that this is not a fully functional mace.
- Completely decorative
- Has 8 flanges
- Blackened finish
- Great decor piece and collectible
- Made from carbon steel
- Overall Length: 24 Inches
- Weight: 4 lbs.