Knight's sword of the high Middle Ages with sheath This reconstruction of a knight's sword from the high Middle Ages is done with his hands only. The chestnut-shaped guard and handle are made of cast iron. The steel spring blade is oil-tempered up to approx. 48 ° Rockwell, forged to the max and chopped with the pommel. The wooden handle is covered in leather. The blade has a distinct fuller along approx. a third of the blade, which offers flexibility and lightness. The edges of the blades are not sharp.