Circa 1690 The crashing of waves, the roar of cannons, the shout of sea rogues through the foreboding mist - this new cutlass can't help but unleash adventurous images. Scottish born Capt. William Kidd, we're sure, would have favored this sword. As seen in period art, the Scottish Basket-Hilt was at times married to a cutlass blade (this one has a double edge for the first 9" of the blade). The basket itself provided excellent hand protection and could deliver a hard blow in the crowded melee that ensued on board. Made by Windlass SteelcraftsÂ®. Includes scabbard.
- Overall: 31-1/2"
- Blade: 25" long, 2-1/8" wide. 3/16" thick
- Wt: 3 lbs/4 oz