Exquisite Fencing Foil Rapier Sword
Delve into the rich tapestry of fencing history with our meticulously crafted Fencing Foil Rapier Sword—a masterpiece that blends aesthetic appeal with unmatched functionality. This sporting weapon, refined and elegant, echoes the finesse of its predecessors from the zenith of rapier design.
Legacy Design: With its slender, sharply pointed silhouette, the foil epitomizes the rapier's essence—a weapon primarily for thrusting but also capable of cutting. Unlike many, our blade is sharpened throughout, ensuring maximum efficacy.
- Protective Hilt: The complex hilt design is more than just an artistic touch; it's a protective mechanism for the hand, bearing testament to the rapier's duel-driven evolution.
- Historical Lineage: Conceived during the 16th and 17th centuries in Early Modern Europe, the rapier's one-handed design was strategic, allowing the wielder to simultaneously employ a secondary weapon, reminiscent of Roman soldiers with their gladii and shields.
- Damascus Steel: This blade is forged from Pattern welded Damascus steel—352 layers of carbon steel excellence. Its formation involves 11 steel pieces folded five times. With a Rockwell hardness rating of 55-56 HRC, it promises a balance of sharpness and resilience.
- High Carbon Composition: The 1095 steel layers imbue the sword with unmatched strength, comparable to the revered ancient katanas.
- Handle and Sheath: Our Visconti-style handle is crafted with silver casting, complemented by a durable leather sheath.
- Handle Material: Silver Casting (Visconti style)
- Overall Length: 40 inches
- Rockwell Hardness: 55-56 HRC
- Blade Layers: 352
- Sheath: Premium Leather
- Blade Composition:
- 6 Pieces of Carbon Steel (#43 and #40)
- 5 Pieces of High Carbon Steel 1095
- Fold Calculations: 1st (22), 2nd (44), 3rd (88), 4th (176), 5th (352 layers)
Adorn your collection with our Fencing Foil Rapier Sword—a tribute to both historical reverence and unparalleled craftsmanship. Ideal for enthusiasts and practitioners alike, it stands as a beacon of perfection in the world of swords.