This is a Type of Sword That You'd Expect to See Among the Illustrations of a
"Thousand and One Nights" Storybook!
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Slim - Elegant - Classic
Probably Originally Made as a Theatrical Prop or for Display Purpose,
The Sword Features a Dull, Somewhat Imperfectly Hammered Blade With Subtle,
and a Fancy
Brass Handle and Wide Handguard
That Originates at the
Base of the Blade and Curves Around to Complete its
Loop Inside the Mouth
of a Beast.
(Could it be a Horse? Or Camel? Or ...)
Well, I May Not be Able
to Determine the True Nature of the Beast ... But It
Might Create Interesting Debates Among Friends While Trying to Figure it Out!
Standing Over 23" Tall Inside the Sheath and up to 3 and 1/2" Wide at
the Handguard, This Sword Will Enrich
Any Collection Without Emptying Your
Wallet. There are Some Slight Imperfections Here and There and it Needs
Sharpening (If That's Important) But, Considering
the Piece ... and Price,
It Can Be a "Fun" Project to Tackle!
Fairly Lightweight and Easy to Carry, This Sword is Worn Under a Sash
Around Your Waist (Not Included). The Wood Sheath is Covered with
Red Velvety Fabric, Adorned on One Side With a Golden Ribbon Along Its
Length and Reinforced at the Tip and Mouth With Decorative Lucent Brass.
The Handle and Area Inside the Handguard Will Fit Snug on a Small Hand.
Brand New ... Warehouse Old!
Approx. 21 1/2" Long.
Approx. 3 1/2" Wide (at the handle)
Approx. 18" Long.
Approx. 1" Wide
Approx. 2 3/4" Inside.
Approx. 3 1/2" Total Length.
Approx. 2 1/4" at the widest point.
Approx. X 3" Inner Height.
Approx. X 2" Inner Depth.
Sheath: Approx. 19 1/2" X 1 1/2" X 5/8".
Made in India to US Specifications.