Swept-hilt Italian Sword (Schiavona)

Réplica 1650 - This is a typically Italian sword, and specific to Venice.
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Material Hilt Finish Hilt Material Grip Finish Grip
Scabbard
Grip
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History:

"This is a typically Italian sword, and specific to Venice. It dates back to the time of the Schiavoni, mercenaries from an area which is now part of Albania, Macedonia and Serbia-Montenegro, who fought mainly in the service of the city-state of Venice and other Italian city-states."

Craftsmen Records:

The asymmetric hilt consists of two parts. The front has several wrought iron guards, hand-polished and welded together to form a semi-spiral knuckle-guard, while the back guards are simple and joined to the front.

It has an iron 'cat's head' pommel.

The grip is wooden, bound in wire and covered with leather.

The blade is wide and tapering, with two facets and a fuller to the point.

Length: 105cm

Weight: 1.125 g

 

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