The claymore is a two-handed sword common in Scotland in the 16th and 17th centuries. There are various names and spellings for this sword, most of which come from the Gaelic: Claidhem-More, Claidhmhichean-mora, Glaymore, claidheamh mòr, which simply means great sword. It is a long two-handed sword with a double-edged blade and a broad, often V-shaped crossguard, with circular decorations attached to the ends. The earlier claymore swords often had a long leather-wrapped ricasso.More information
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Product No: 13114
Period: The Scots / Scottisch weapons