SW124 Bronze age sword


At the beginning of the bronze age, hilt and blade were cast separately, and were fixed together by some rivets. Later, all the sword was cast in a piece, but the rivets remained, as a decoration. The shape of the blade is also typical in our reproduction: it gains on weight, and allow the warrior to use it more easily - and more deadly.

Total length 95cm, weight 2.8kg. Made of cast bronze (not brass).

× All these weapons have steel or bronze blades, but are not intended for fencing, unless otherwise specified.