The claymore is a two-handed sword commonly used in Scotland in the 16th and 17th centuries. There are different names and spellings for this sword. Most of them come from the Gaelic.
The blade of this two-handed sword was hand-forged from carbon steel. Wooden handle with leather wrapping. The blade is not sharpened.
Overall length: about 140 cm
Blade length: about 105.0 cm
Blade width: about 4.6 cm
Weight: about 2.7 kg
Scope of supply: 1 x claymoresword 140 cm