Inspired by the King of Scots, the Robert I Sword is a great option for anyone wishing to reenact the Wars of Scottish Independence. Made from EN45 high carbon steel, this sword has a double-edged blade. A fuller runs down most of its length. Next, the sword continues with a curved crossguard. The crossguard curves gently towards the blade. A red enamel cross adorns the ends of the crossguard. Also, the crossguard has a black felt pad on the blade side. This pad helps to protect the crossguard from scratching.
Next, the hilt has a brown, leather-wrapped handle. The leather wrapping has a braided texture. Then, the handle ends with an octagonal pommel. A red rampant lion adorns the pommel. It is also enamel. Finally, this sword comes with a wooden scabbard. Brown leather covers the wood core. Also, the scabbard has two brass rings on one side. These rings allow the scabbard to hang from a belt, not included. Add this functional sword inspired by Robert the Bruce to your reenactment outfit or any sword collection. It looks great on display as well.
- Fully functional
- Has a double-edged blade with a fuller
- Features a lion and cross detailing
- Grip has a braided texture
- Comes with a scabbard
- Great for reenactments and collections
- Made from EN45 high carbon steel
- Hilt is brass and leather
- Scabbard is wood and leather
- Overall Length: 38 Inches
- Blade Length: 30.9 Inches
- Weight: 2 Pounds 5.1 Ounces
Measurements are approximate.