Hand Forged Viking Era Sword

Hand Forged Viking Era Sword

950.00 1,000.00

This Sword is the finest thing I have ever created.
This is my rendition on a Viking era sword. To be clear I say 'my rendition' because I made no attempt to be historically accurate on this piece, other than basing my work off a few photos of viking swords, which I have added to this post. 
I was inspired to make this sword after listening to Dan Carlin's Hardcore History podcast, and the episode 'The Celtic Holocaust', which follows the events of the Gallic Wars. This sparked an interest in Celtic cultures.

The blade is 28 inches of man killing power. A fuller runs the length of almost the entire blade, with the edges polished chevon giving it a cool surface finish. The hilt is 7 inches long. One thing I did incorrectly on this sword was I made the grip slightly too long. The Pommel was based off a historical piece, its called a 5 lobe viking pommel and I carved those grooves with hand files, which took awhile. It has a peened construction which I have heard is not historically accurate either. I also made a matching scabbard to go with the blade, it is wrapped in leather and has steel fittings for the locket, and the chape.
The sword is dull, but can be sharpened upon request for an extra 50$ (I'd have to repolish the blade.)
*Disclaimer: There is a little wiggle in the guard.
Blade Length: 28in
Overall: 35in
Steel: Hardened 1075
This blade took 2 weeks to create overall, and I think came out great for my 3rd sword.

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