Posted on Aug 23, 2009 |

I made this sword on demand for a lady.

I had to take measures to be able to work on anthropometric data.

it is all silver, damascus, fossilized walrus tooth, lime wood and salmon skin

after old danish/north german swords from circa 300AD/ end of roman imperium.

so she(the sword) may be called a spatha.

it is typically mounted after the fashion of these days with an I type hilt.

the blade is a hard core of damascus with average 0,7%Carbon and a covering of lower carbon damascus. The transverse profile of the blade is convex.

overall weight with scabbard: 1200g blade weight 900g

this sword is properly hardened and tempered and sharp. This is not a toy.