Tewkesbury Sword

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A.Tewkesbury Sword
B.Gothic Bastard Sword
C.Shrewsbury Sword
D.Long Handle Medieval Sword
SKU: A.AH3371R, B.AH3370R, C.AH3328R ,D.AH3415R
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Product Name:A.Tewkesbury Sword
B.Gothic Bastard Sword
C.Shrewsbury Sword
D.Long Handle Medieval Sword

SKU:A.AH3371R, B.AH3370R, C.AH3328R ,D.AH3415R

Features

  • A: Tewkesbury Sword
  • Ornately Styled Medieval Long Sword
  • Gently Tapered, Unsharpened Steel Blade
  • in a Standard (Non-Combat) and Light Combat Style
  • Pommel and Cross-Guard are Engraved with Cross Designs
  • Leather Wrapped Wood Scabbard


  • B: Gothic Bastard Sword
  • Classic Hand and a Half Sword
  • Gothic Styling
  • Gently Tapered, Unsharpened Steel Blade
  • in a Standard (Non-Combat) and Light Combat Style
  • Decorative, Cut-Out Guard and a Round Wheel Pommel
  • Leather Wrapped Wood Scabbard


  • C: Shrewsbury Sword
  • Modeled After a Traditional 15th Century Sword
  • Gently Tapered, Unsharpened Steel Blade
  • Offered in a Standard (Non-Combat) and Light Combat Style
  • Pierced Guard and a Small Scent Stopper Pommel
  • Leather Wrapped Wood Scabbard
  • Overall Length: 46 inches

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  • D: Long Handle Medieval Sword
  • longer handle than the classic hand and a half sword
  • Gothic Styling
  • Gently Tapered, Unsharpened Steel Blade
  • in a Standard (Non-Combat) and Light Combat Style
  • Cross Design Cut-Outs on Guard
  • Round Wheel Pommel
  • Leather Wrapped Wood Scabbard

Description

  • A: Tewkesbury Sword
  • The sword features an unsharpened, quality steel blade that's rather long in length, although its tapered design helps to cut down on the weight. The sword's traditional cross-guard is also crafted from steel featuring decorative cross engravings at the ends of the guard. The grip is wrapped in black leather, while the scent-stopper pommel helps to counter the weapon's weight, while featuring matching cross engravings on its surface. Included with the sword is a wood scabbard that's wrapped in black leather and decorated with steel furnishings on its chape and throat. This sword is now offered in two varieties - a standard version, not-fighting version, as well as a light combat sword with full length tang that is specially heat treated and comes with rounded edges.
  • B: Gothic Bastard Sword
  • The bastard sword earned is name by being neither a one-handed sword nor a two-handed sword, but rather, combining the features both into one successful blade. It features a gently tapering,long blade, drawing the edge down from a wide waist at the guard to a sharp point at the tip. This blade could easily be handled with one hand, yet the leather and wire-wrapped guard is sized to accommodate two. The blade is crafted from quality steel and left entirely unsharpened. It is offered in two different varieties - a standard version that is meant for display, and a light combat version with full length tang that is heat-treated, with intentionally rounded edges for safety. The straight-forward guard features numerous cut-outs for decoration, while the wheel-shaped pommel helps to balance the blade's weight. Included with the sword is a wood scabbard that's wrapped in leather and fitted with steel furnishings and rings, for attaching the sword to a warrior's belt.
  • C: Shrewsbury Sword
  • In 1403, Henry VI defeated the rebel forces of Henry Percy two miles outside of a Welsh border city. Being named after that battle, this Shrewsbury Sword is patterned after a traditional 15th century sword, featuring a diamond shaped blade that gradually tapers from waist to stabbing point. The blade is crafted from quality steel, and it has been left unsharpened, and comes in two different designs. The first is a standard, non-combative sword, meant for carrying and display. The second is a light-combat version with a full length tang that is specially heat treated and offered with rounded edges. It features a pierced steel guard that features cross cut-outs along the edges, while also possessing a leather-wrapped grip. The scent-stopper pommel is smaller sized. ncluded with the sword is a wood scabbard wrapped in leather and fitted with still furnishings on the chape and throat. The sword's overall length is approximately 46 inches.
  • D: Long Handle Medieval Sword

Hand & a Half Gothic Sword with Tempered spring steel Blade, Steel Fittings. Leather Scabbard

Historical Period

  • A: 1471 War of the Roses
  • B: 15th or 16th century
  • C: In 1403, Henry VI defeated the rebel forces of Henry Percy two miles outside of a Welsh border city. Being named after that battle, this Shrewsbury Sword
  • D: 16th-century

Inspiration

  • A: Battle of Tewkesbury
  • B: épée bâtarde as well as the English bastard sword originates in the 15th or 16th century, originally as having the general sense of "irregular sword or sword of uncertain origin". Qui n'étoit ni Françoise, ni Espagnole, ni proprement Lansquenette, mais plus grande que pas une de ces fortes épées ("[a sword] which was neither French, nor Spanish, nor properly Landsknecht [German], but longer than any of these sturdy swords.")[11] Espée bastarde could also historically refer to a single-handed sword with a fairly long blade compared to other short swords.
  • C: In 1403, Henry VI defeated the rebel forces of Henry Percy two miles outside of a Welsh border city. Being named after that battle, this Shrewsbury Sword
  • D: Scottish late medieval claymore