Likely named for Robert the Bruce, this Two Handed Bruce Sword echoes the design of a classic hand and a half sword or claymore, offering a hefty and long blade that no doubt would give any foe reason to pause or reason to even turn and flee! This impressive looking sword features a blade of solid steel, with a long ricasso and a broad fuller cross section that continues down much of its length. It also features a gentle taper, which ensures that the blade is narrower at the fine point then at the waist. The general make of the blade helps to ensure its proper weight, as well as its balance and strength. The wide guard has straight quillons, capped with downward curved tips, and also features a small shield placard at its center. The hilt is wrapped in crisscross leather, and the tip of the hilt is finished off with an unadorned scent stopper pommel. If, indeed, the sword is named after Robert the Bruce, then it is an appropriate weapon, one that well-suits the style of the Scottish knight and hero-king who fought in the Wars of Scottish Independence. True or not, though, this Two Handed Bruce Sword still makes for an impressive collectible, as well as a fine blade to have hanging at your side when you are in costume.
- Potentially Named After a Scottish Hero
- Emulates the Shape of a Scottish Claymore
- Features a Tapered Steel Blade with Wide Fuller
- Has a Wide Guard with a Decorative Placard
- Hilt is Wrapped in Crisscross Patterned Leather
- A Fantastic Costume Sword, or Display Piece
- Overall Length: 49.5 Inches