Arab Swords

Rustic Arabic Scimitar
Arabic scimitar engraved rustic handle. Reproduction of a sword is wielded most emblematic of the Iberian Peninsula during the Arab invasion. Length: 100 cms
€70.00
Scimitar of the Scorpion King
Scorpion Saber. Made of EN45 carbon steel sheet engraved with a scorpion. Save made of brass and wooden handle.
€91.02
Silver Arab Scimitar
Scimitar finished in aged silver and engraved Blade in hardened carbon steel, forged, polished and nickel-plated Length 60 cm, weight 750 grams
€55.00
Silver Arab Scimitar
Natural scimitar in aged silver and engraved Blade in carbon hardened steel, forged, polished and nickel-plated Length 100 cm, weight 1.3 kg
€68.00
Scimitar Arabic
Scimitar finished in gold and engraved Blade in carbon hardened steel, forged, polished and nickel-plated Length 60 cm, weight 750 grams
€50.00
Scimitar Arabic
Natural scimitar finished in gold and engraved. Carbon steel blade, hardened, forged, polished and plated in nickel and 24 carat gold. Length 100 cms, weight 1.3 kilos.
€65.00
Rustic Arabic Scimitar
Natural scimitar finished in rustic (steel tone) and engraved. Blade in hardened carbon steel, forged and satin.Length 73 cm, weight 1 kilos
€65.00
Turkish scimitar with hem
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The Scimitar is a saber of almost oriental origin. He relives the struggles between the Saracens and crusaders with his curved blade.

This scimitar features a classic curved blade made of EN45 spring steel with a fuller one. The blade is not sharp. The curved guard is made of brass.

The handle and finely crafted puto are made of a single piece of dark wood.

The hem is made of black leather.

Main features:
- Finely crafted wooden handle
- With leather hem

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€100.00
Silver Alfanje Sword
The Silver Sword in Silver was used to cross the mail. Alfanje is a Castilian term that comes from the Hispanic Arabic al-janyar, which means the dagger, and designates a broad and curved blade sword, with a single-sided border (or counterphilic in its last third) that during the Middle Ages and even the Renaissance was used in the Iberian Peninsula, much of the Mediterranean and especially in Italy. In the old Spanish vulgar it was also known as terciado . 
€190.00
Talwar sabre with hem
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Details:
- Blade material: 1090 high carbon steel
- Total length: approx. 86 cm
- Blade length: approx. 73 cm
- Blade thickness: approx. 8 mm
- Handle: approx. 13 cm long, bronze
- Weight: approx. 1077 g
- Including leather/wood sheath with brass accessories
€400.00