By: Paul Chen - Hanwei
The deeply curved blade of the Scimitar recalls battles between the Saracen and Crusader. The curved wide blade of the later Persian scimitar could deliver powerful unstoppable slashes due to the long cutting edge, deep curve and heavy forward pulling tip. The variation of “shamshir” could be used effectively by infantry as well as deliver even more powerful blows when delivered from horseback. As well as being an effective sword its perfect centre balance make this piece not only great for sword practitioners it is also and essential piece of equipment for traditional eastern dance.
The blades on these swords are forged by accomplished sword smiths from high carbon steel and properly tempered to withstand the demands of cutting sword targets. At 31” this 1 3/4” blade widens towards the tip to approximately 2 5/8” at its widest point. The grip is made of a traditional hardwood then is finished with a leather wrap, improving its grip. The hawksbill pommel is recreated with expert craftsmanship perfectly matching the original swords its time.
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