Scottish Swept-hilt Openwork Rapier

(16th century)
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Description

A hand-crafted sword made in the tradition of the old methods of Toledo swordsmiths, keeping alive the fame of Toledo steel.

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The hilt has two knuckle-guards. One openwork cup-shaped guard at the front, welded to the cross-guard, and a rear grid-like guard, welded to the bottom of the cross-guard and to the quillon that curves towards the pommel. The other quillon curves towards the blade then runs parallel with it.

The pommel is a pentagonal cone.

The wooden grip is bound with a mixture of different wires and ribs.

The blade is wide and tapered, with a central fuller.

Length: 106 cm

Weight: 1.250 g

 

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