CELTIC SWORD, Ballykilmurray bog, Ireland, Younger Iron Age, La Téne

3-4 weeks
(catalogue number: ASW7458)

A replica of a Celtic sword, the timing of which dates back to the Latin Age. The blade is made of spring spring steel ČSN 14 260 (54SiCr6 - steel suitable for particularly stressed springs for cars and railway carriages). Top quality craftsmanship from a workshop that has been significantly devoted to replicas of Celtic swords in recent years. The blade of the sword is approx. 0.5 mm thick with a sharp point. It is not a razor-edged blade, but it is certainly not suitable for historical fencing due to safety concerns. It will be appreciated by collectors and archaeological museums.

Wooden handle. On special request we can also make a scabbard. The sword is very light - 800g. The hilt is taken from a wooden sword found in Ireland, Ballykilmurray bog, Ireland, Co. Wicklow.

  • Weight approx. 900g
  • Overall length: 87 cm
  • Blade length: 70 cm
  • Blade width: 4.5 cm
  • Blade thickness approx. 1mm

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