Smewindia presents Scottish Sword
The basket hilt Scottish Sword were developed in the 16th century, got famous during the 17th century, and were spread throughout the 18th century used especially by heavy cavalry up to the Napoleonic era.
The basket-hilted sword is a type of the early modern era characterized by a basket-shaped guard over the hand. The basket hilt is a development of the quillons from added sword-cross guards during the Late Middle Ages. Modern times, this variety of sword is also sometimes referred to as the broadsword.
This replica of the Scottish Sword with Basket Hilt was developed alongside Rapier. It has a Scottish origin where long and heavy swords were famous for dueling and fencing. The attractive feature of this sword is its brass basket hilt which has an old-cut design and has a red velvet cloth inside it.
This brass basket hilt act as a protective measure for the hand of the holder. The red velvet cloth compliments the brass basket design as it makes it look pretty and stylish to hold. It can be used for decorative purposes as well.
The Scottish Sword with Brass Basket Hilt has an overall length of 100 cm and weighs 1.79 kg. It has a blade thickness of 4 mm and the balsde is made of High Carbon Steel.
There are red tassels attached to the hilt which makes it more stylish and appealing. Smewindia has worked hard to bring out a blade that is lightweight but strong. This Scottish Sword blade is straight and blunt.
Add the best quality Scottish Sword – Brass Basket Hilt to your collection today!
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