English Small Sword


It is most likely that the small sword originated in the courts of Louis XIV of France where it was worn instead of the rapier. In a duel between swordsmen of equal skill the man with the lighter weapon would have an advantage over his opponent and so the small sword developed a variety of different blade styles, hilts and method of decoration, but in essence, a typical small sword had a small pommel, slim grip over a shell guard, with a knuckle bow to protect the fingers.

This sword is suitable for living history and display.

Approximate specifications are as follows:

Edge: Blunt
Length: 1m
Width at quillons: 5cm
Blade width: 2.5cm
Blade length: 81.25cm
Grip length: 10cm
Weight: 900g
Material: high carbon steel

Please keep dry when not in use and regularly oil to keep in great condition.
You must be over 18 to buy this product.