Italian sword Jacopo, first half of the 17th century

Renaissance sword of the first half of the 17th century. First used in Italy and later spread throughout Western Europe. The rivet cap with barrel-shaped pommel forms a handle consisting of a decorative iron ring and a wooden handle covered with smooth leather. The hand is protected at the straight cross guard by S-shaped guards and at the ricasso, which the fighter encloses with his fingers (the index finger lies over the parry), the hand is protected by further guard rings, which also form the overall structure of the basket. More information...

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Italian sword Jacopo, first half of the 17th century

Sword class B

  • Total length approx. 1150mm
  • Blade length including ricasso approx. 960mm
  • Length of the ricasso approx. 80.3mm
  • Blade section at the basket approx. 29x5mm
  • Length of the fuller approx. 382mm
  • Length of the crossguard approx. 275mm
  • Handle length including pommel neck and metal rings approx. 118mm
  • The pommel is approx. 73mm long and has a diameter of approx. 39mm
  • Estimated approximate weight approx. 1500 g

The forged blade is double-edged and has a black fuller. This sword is mainly designed for historical stage fights.

Material used: spring steel 54SiCr6 - optimal blade material, hardened to 54-56 RCW, the advantage of this steel is high resilience


  • Vladimír Dolínek, Jan Durdík - Historical Weapons
  • Eduard Wagner - The Thirty Years' War

Due to manual finalization, the specifications given above may vary slightly from item to item. Made in the Czech Republic.

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