By: Windlass Steelcrafts
The sire De Joinville was a French knight known for his bravery and devotion to his king, St. Louis. During the 7th Crusade, he was attacked by a Saracen after having lost his lance. So the valiant De Joinville tucked this sword under his arm as you would a lance, charged and slew his opponent. His valorous action inspired our choice of his name for this beautiful weapon. A very popular design during the 1400's due to its ease of punching through armour of the day. The whole style of this simple piece is quite lovely and puts emphasis on the deadly nature of it. Made from 1065 high carbon steel by the smiths at Windlass. Includes leather scabbard with metal throat and tip. Hilt parts are antiqued steel and the grip is hand-carved hardwood and stained a rich hue.
The pirate cutlass features a wide curved blade made for chopping during tasks o... more
We could say that this sword is inspired by a Cutlass housed in a European Museu... more
After everything hits the fan and the muck has settled, all the symbols that rep... more
This site is based in London,Ontario Canada
© 2000-2020 RELIKS Inc.
Page # 14186