Damascus Viking Bronze hilt sword (Isle of Eigg) 800-900C
Damascus Viking Bronze Hilt Sword (Isle of Egg) 800-900C
Bronze Hilt Viking Sword dates to the 10th century and features a double edge blade with wide cental fuller. The grip, guard and pommel are made of cast bronze. The unsharpened blade is made of damascus steel and is peened at the pommel for durability.This Viking sword is a replica of the sword found in the museum of Isle of Egg.It is completely usable for costume dressing and rennactment purposes.
This sword hilt was found in Kildonnan, Island of Eigg in Scotland. It is thought to date from the Viking period. The original sword is on display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. The sword is classified as a Type D, in accordance to the Peterson Viking sword typology. It is dated to the 9th or early 10th century.
Our version of the sword features a double edge blade with wide central fuller. The grip, guard and pommel are made of cast bronze. The unsharpened blade is made of well tempered mild steel. It is completely usable for costume dressing and reenactment purposes.
Material: Mild Steel Blade with Bronze Pommel
Size: Blade Length-31" ,Overall Length-37.5"