Delve into the era of the late medieval and Renaissance with this exquisite longsword. Often referred to as the 'bastard sword' during its heyday from 1350 to 1550, it boasts a signature cruciform hilt designed for a two-handed grip and a straight double-edged blade.
- Overall Length: 37 inches.
- Blade Material: Pattern-welded Damascus steel, comprising a blend of the highest content carbon steel, 1095.
- Layer Count: 352 layers, achieved by meticulously folding the steel five times.
- Hardness: Rockwell Hardness of 55-56 HRC, ensuring an ideal balance of sharpness and resilience.
- Handle: Crafted from wood, adorned with Damascus steel bolsters for an elegant finish.
- Sheath: Complimentary leather sheath, ensuring protection and easy carriage.
- 6 Pieces of Carbon Steel #43 and #40.
- 5 Pieces of High Carbon Steel 1095.
- 1st Fold: 22 Layers
- 2nd Fold: 44 Layers
- 3rd Fold: 88 Layers
- 4th Fold: 176 Layers
- 5th Fold: 352 Layers
Dive deep into the lore of swords with a blade that harmoniously combines the strength and flexibility of high carbon Damascus steel, offering an edge powerful enough to withstand intense collisions. Whether you're a collector, practitioner, or an enthusiast, this longsword is a testament to impeccable craftsmanship and historical significance.