Although most early medieval swords are double-edged, some single-edged pieces are also found. This type of sword was possibly developed from the sax. It was often longer and probably mostly made locally.
This is a replica of a single-edged Viking sword from the 9th-early 10th century. The original was found in Hjartdal, Telemark and is currently in the Universitetes Oldsaksamling, Oslo.
The sword is 92 cm long, with a blade of 76 cm long and 5 cm wide at the grip. The blade, guard and triangular pommel are hand forged for an authentic look. The balance point lies at 15 cm below the guard. The sword weighs between 2,1 and 2,3 kgs.
This sword is a Petersen type C.
This sword is custom made.
This sword is designed for longetivity by using more advanced forging techniques and paying extra attention to weight and flexibility. The razor sharp version is suitable for intensive cutting tests.
This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.
We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18. Click here for more information on the European arms acts.
This product has a two year warranty. Click here for more information.
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