Lowlander Sword

Wielded with untamed ferocity on many a Gaelic battlefield, the massive Lowlander sword vividly illustrates the might of the Scots of old. Known as Slaughter-Swords in the 16th century, these were the swords of choice for Scottish mercenaries of the period, and at close to six feet long the Lowlander faithfully replicates a surviving museum piece. More information...

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Item number: 12890

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Lowlander Sword

Though by far the largest sword ever offered by Hanwei, despite its great size, Paul Chen has created a beautifully proportioned and balanced Lowlander sword. The typically Scottish quatrefoils in the ring guards attest to the heritage of this imposing piece. The grips of the Lowlander are leather-covered with an overlaid leather binding.

A wall mount is provided to allow the transplanted Gael to display his sword with pride. See model HN-SH2065N for the antique-finished version of this sword.

Made by Hanwei.

Key Features:

  • Almost 6' long
  • Fully functional
  • Wall mount included


  • Overall: approx. 174cm
  • Blade Length: approx. 122cm
  • Weight: approx. 3118 g
  • Point of Balance: approx. 22.8cm (9")
  • Point of Harmonics: approx. 76.2cm (30")
  • Width at Guard: approx. 58mm (2.3")
  • Width at Tip: approx. 30mm (1.19")
  • Thickness at Guard: approx. 8.1mm (.32")
  • Thickness at Tip: approx. 5.6mm (.22" )

Specs may slightly vary from piece to piece.

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