Medieval One-Handed Gemstone Sword, Full Tang
This sword (1250 or later) is inspired by illuminations in the Westminster Psalter. It is an English illuminated psalter of about 1200, with some extra sheets with tinted drawings added around 1250. It is the oldest surviving psalter used at Westminster Abbey. It joined the Old Royal Library as part of the collection of John Theyer, bought by Charles II of England in 1678. Both campaigns of decoration, both the illuminations of the original and the interpolated full-page drawings, are important examples of English manuscript painting from their respective periods.
Adorned with purple gemstone leading to a luxurious and royal finish.
Material: 54SiCr6 high carbon steel
Hardness: 52-54 HRC
Blade: blunt / sharp
Overall length: 93 cm
Blade: 75 cm
Width of the blade: 4.4 cm
Grip: 10.5 cm (leather part)
Full Tang Construction
Blade: sharp **Contact me if you want a blunt version**
SCABBARD NOT INCLUDED
**NOTE: The sword will be constructed upon order. This means your order will ship when the sword is complete. The time frame from order date till you receive your item will vary, however, please allow at least two months. Perfection and art cannot be rushed and this sword is forged with careful thought and detail with help from the Gods. Please do not order unless you're comfortable waiting at least two months** NO CANCELLATIONS OR REFUNDS AFTER ORDER ON HAND FORGED PRODUCTS
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