The englishmen were more and more agressive, pushing further and further the battles in the heart of our lands. We needed to react. While many could simpy take up their family’s weapons, most didn’t have this chance. Blacksmiths worked day and night to make more blades, melting forks, cauldrons and other metallic items.
Even if they didn’t have a story or weren’t ornate with complex engravings, these new swords were eager to write their own. After all, how could we tell our tale if we weren’t victorious?
|Total Length (cm)||123|
|Blade Length (cm)||93|
|Grip Length (cm)||19|
|Cross Guard Width (cm)||25|
|Country of Manufacture||Canada|