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This magnificent piece of work was last amended in 1897 and is widely renowned for its design and build. Manufactured from carbon steel, the blade of
This pattern of Windlass Gurkha Kurki was the harbinger of existing patterns, slightly shorter and lighter than them. It was introduced in the mid 1960's when The Gurkhas were being issued with the
The cavalry sword boasts of daring lancers highly adept in the art of warfare. The 1912 Cavalry Officer’s sword is a version of the Trooper’s Sword of 1908. It was the last model of Cavalry
This sword has a great legend associated with it. The Mary Rose sank off Portsmouth in 1545. It remained there for nearly 450 years. When it was raised in 1972, a basket hilted sword was found
This presentation style sword is influenced by the large cross hilted swords of a much earlier ages; the two handed swords, the Scottish Claymore style, being the chief one. This stylised version
In the commemoration of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee, the cross hilted Mameluke Sword which owes its introduction in England to the Duke of Wellington, has been aggrandized by the
A beautiful miniature of the RAF sword, this piece comes with an elegant presentation box. The colour combination of black and gold gives it an old-world charm and adds to the elegance of
This sword has had a long history in the making. The first such Royal Navy pattern sword was commissioned as early as 1805. Later, its elegant but impractical design of having a superseded
The straight carbon steel blade of this sword was in 1897 revised to make it double-edged for the final section of its length. An ornate regimental crest is finely etched onto it. Made from
Non Nobis, Domine, Non Nobis, Sed Nomini Tuo Da Glorium
These iconic words engraved on the blade define this historic sword replica. The creed of the Knights Templar - Nothing for us
Often overlooked by modern sword lovers is the tremendous amount of stress placed on a sword blade during battle. Early Viking swords were forged from layers of
This is a hand stitched frog designed in a canny manner. It matches the frog for the Sam Browne scabbard. It comes in black colour. It is studded with metal from the centre and has metallic buckles
This sword case is made of pure leather. It can easily accommodate different swords of varying patterns and designs. It is a sword bag available in black colour. The case is fitted with a
This is based on British Naval patterns. It is exclusively designed in golden and black colour featuring a double cord along with a double knot. Acutely ornamental and aristocratic, it is a
This knot follows a basic design and pattern. The knot has a ribbon made of leather. It is entirely black in colour. It is suitably built for use in service wear.
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