Scottish Claymore sword, blunt, total length 91 cm
This sword is a claymore, which was a very common two-handed sword in 16th and 17th century Scotland
The sword has a long bidenhander with a double-edged blade and a wide parry bar. There are typical cloverleaf ornaments on the guard, and circular ornaments on the ends.
The blade of this claymore was hand forged from carbon steel. The wooden handle has a black leather wrap.
Details Scottish Claymore:
Blade length: about 91.0 cm
Total length: about 122.0 cm
Width of the parry: about 21 cm
Weight: about 1.85 kg
Scope of supply: 1 x sword