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Michal Spilka
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PostPosted: Tue 22 Mar, 2011 1:00 pm    Post subject: Introduction - 15th-century sword, northern Italy         Reply with quote

We are proud to announce another addition to our sword line up – an italian sword from15th Century.

Length: 98 cm
Blade length: 79 cm
Weigh: 1,05 kg (2,3 pounds)

Hand-hammered, hardened at 52HRc.
Hilt made from oak wood, coated with leather.
Double edged blade.

Sword is from the north of Italy, end of the 15th century.
Sword´ll be available for sale from 1st of April.

If you´re interested, you can check out also our other weapons at www.nielo-sword.com .
We´re looking forward to your orders Happy

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Michal Spilka
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PostPosted: Sun 27 Mar, 2011 4:56 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

After many question, I post additional information:

An italian sword, 15th C., is hand-hammered, and hand-polished for a "high shine".

All or our weapons are hand-forged from a steel (blade = spring steel), and hand-polished and are intended for fighting (no chrome-plated, no stain-less steel !! just well polished by hands Happy).

High shine is wanted by our customers, but of course it´s possible to make all the swords in "matt".

Michal

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