SW290 - Temple stage combat sword


This sword has been made for stage combat, based upon a shape in use during from the 10th century on until the end of the Middle age. The cross on the hilt is a very widespread pattern among the Christian knights, and remind of the templar order.

It is made of a full-tang, thick-edged, 1065 high carbon steel blade with peened hilt and pommel using solid steel parts. The grip is made of leather wrapped wood. Of course, the edge is unsharpened.

Total length 100cm, blade being 82cm long and 5cm wide at the hilt. Total weigth 1100g.

× These weapons are made for fencing. They have blunted edges and points. Please note that traditionnal fencing need a proper training, security measures to be learned, and protections to be weared.