Scottish claymore sword 16-17 cen.

It’s about a long two-handed sword with double-edged blade and a wide guard often formed like a “v” with circular decorations at the end. The former claymore swords often had a long leather wrapped ricasso. More information...

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Item number: 13006

Scottish claymore sword 16-17 cen.

The claymore is a two-handed sword which was used in Scotland during the 16th and 17th century. There are a lot of terms and spellings used for this sword, the most of them originate from Gaelic: Claidhem-More, Claidhmhichean-mora, Glaymore, claidheamh mòr. All of them just mean great sword. 

The blade of this claymore has been hand-forged of carbon steel. It contains the typical guard with shamrock-decorations. The blade is forged in one piece to the hilt and screwed to it. The wooden hilt is wrapped with black leather.

The blade is not sharpened.


  • Blade length: approx. 91cm
  • Total length: approx. 122cm
  • Guard- width: approx. 21cm
  • Weight: approx. 1.85 kg

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