Viking Sword with hilt of bronze, damask steel
This Viking Age sword, which has the characteristic appearance of a Type D Viking sword according to Jan Petersen's typology De Norsk Vikingesverd (1919), is a replica of an archeological find from the Scottish Isle of Eigg - one of the Small Isles, in the Scottish Inner Hebrides. More information...
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Viking Sword with hilt made of bronze, damask steel
It features a blunt, double-edged blade (from high carbon od damask steel) with a wide fuller. The finely crafted hilt, guard and pommel are cast in bronze.
The sword's scabbard is made of leather-wrapped wood. Its chape, throat and belt loop are also made of bronze and richly adorned.
- The pommel is screwed (not riveted).
- The sword is unsuitable for cutting tests.
- Blade material: damask steel
- Overall length: approx. 97cm
- Blade length: approx. 80cm
- Handle length: approx. 17cm
- Weight: approx. 1650 g (damask) or 1650 (high carbon)
Specs may slightly vary from piece to piece.