Wiking one-handed Spatha Uddi, 9-11 cen, class B
The archaeological finds of Spathae of this kind are widespread in almost all Europe. It is a solid and well-balanced sword for reenactment and show battles. A fuller on both sides of the blade reduces the total weight of the weapon. A custom-made scabbard can be made for this Spatha. The scabbard is made of approx. 3mm thick cowhide and can be pickled black, brown, red or blue. Source: Jan Petersen, De Norske Vikingesverd, 1919. More information...
Wiking one-handed Spatha Uddi, 9th - 11th century
- Overall length approx. 875mm until the blade rivet on the pommel and approx. 885mm incl. the protrusion for the ring on the pommel
- Blade length approx. 694mm
- Length of the cross-guard approx. 114mm
- Width of the blade at the guard approx. 45,2mm
- Thickness of the blade at the guard approx. 5,1mm
- Width of the blade 10cm off the blade point approx. 31,7mm
- Blade thickness 10cm off the blade point approx. 3.8mm
- Thickness of the cutting edge approx. 2.0mm
- The Point of Balance (PoB) is approx. 6,3cm in front of the guard
- The central fuller is approx. 25mm wide and approx. 64mm long
- Dimensions of the pommel approx. 85 * 3 9.2mm
- Weight of the sword without sheath approx. 1582 g
- Blade made of spring steel DIN 1.7103, oil-quenched to approx. 52-54 HRC.
Due to manual finalization, the specifications given above may vary slightly from item to item. Made in the Czech Republic.
Please read also our Directions for the use of bladed weapons.