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The „Claidheamh Mòr“ is a large two-edged broadsword used formerly by Scottish Highlanders. This sword was made after the original exhibited in the National museums of Scotland in Edinburgh. It dates from the early 16th century.
The pommel and guard are made of steel. The guard has a honeycomb motive which is open (so you can look through it). The bars of the guard are diamond shaped. On both sides of the blade, the guard has a protrusion of 12 cm long and 1,45 cm wide. This served to protect the blade. The protrusions are both decorated by several notches. The grip is made of hard wood. The disc pommel is riveted. The blade has a very narrow fuller running to 2/3rd of the blade.
Made in the Czech Republic.
Please read also our: Directions for the use of bladed weapons.
As both of our countries are a part of the EU, will not have to pay any customs or duties. You will not have to pay anything else when receiving the sword. The final total price including all charges will be paid to us.