Dante Viking Sword
Here Smewindia presents a fine quality Dante Viking Sword (Talwaar in Hindi). It is a special sword that is exclusive to Smewindia as it is a new design that is Smewindia’s creation.
Dante’s Viking sword has a special blade that teeth-like cuts on both sides of the edges.
It is made up of high carbon steel which keeps it from rusting and any sort of corrosion.
This Knight Templar Sword is a double-edge sword hand-forged and handcrafted with care to get fine results in the shape of this single-handed sword.
There is a curved handguard made up of brass and is in fine golden color. It is approx. 17 cm long, the hilt is made up of rosewood and is covered with a leather covering to give it a good grip. The pommel is also made up of brass and is in golden color in the shape of a claw.
Smewindia also provides you with a scabbard also called a sheath with a belt attached to it so that you can hold this sword around your waist and move around comfortably. The scabbard has a brass finish.
Although it is frequently referred to as a “Dante Viking Sword”, this kind of sword was made in the Carolingian era in the Frankish Empire. The association of the name “Viking” with these swords results from the disappearance of grave goods in Christian France in the eighth century, which caused the majority of sword blades of this era’s Frankish manufacture to be imported by trade, ransom payment, or looting and found in pagan burials of Viking Age Scandinavia, whereas continental European finds are mainly confined to stray finds in riverbeds.
Swords were extremely expensive to produce and a symbol of high status. A sword was a symbol of great honour. Swords with elaborate decorations and silver embellishments were sometimes owned by people of prestige. Since a fine blade could typically be purchased with just one raid, the majority of Viking warriors would possess a sword.
A Dante Viking Sword would be owned by the majority of freemen, with goar, jarls, and perhaps affluent freemen holding far more elaborately painted swords. Instead of using a sword, the impoverished farmers would use an axe or spear, but after a few raids they would have enough money to purchase one. One sword cost half a crown, which is equal to the value of 16 milk cows, according to the Laxdaela tale.
Dante was a quick-tempered rebel who didn’t care about anyone’s opinion but saved the humans from any demon attacks.
This templar Dante Viking Sword can be used in cosplay or it can be a missing piece of your costume.
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