British general's Mameluke saber-style US-S-127
At first glance resembles a saber sword Mamluk but allows more detailed insight to identify the presence of the engraved crown of the British Empire. Adopting by the British East forms to arm the British took place after the defeat of Napoleon. When Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington was commander in chief in 1827, he was seen with a Mameluke sword received from the Indian rulers. Without a doubt, influenced the development of the saber hilt Mamluks, who entered the 1831 armament of regular officers and generals.
NOTE KUTY MODEL AND HAND-tempered. Perfectly balanced FOR fencing
SABER IS sharpened but may SHARPENING
Overall length: 100 cm
Length of the vagina: 86 cm
Length of the handle: 13.5 cm
Blade Length: 85 cm
The width of the blade of the handle: 2.5 cm
Thickness of the blade of the handpiece 0.5 cm
Weight of sheath: 1.28 kg
weight without sheath: 0.8 kg
blade: high carbon steel: 1060, polished (maintenance free) on both sides engraved motifs British royalty and military
handle: brass engraved with linings made of mammoth tusk
vagina : brass with two ryfkami
This replica is engraved on the guard symbol of the British Empire - hybrid baton. Saber is not sharpened, made of high-quality high-carbon steel. Dace and metal touches the housing handle are made of brass and handle mammoth tusk . Brass scabbard with two ryfkami with moving Koluszkami. Leather eraser at the base of the blade hilt protects against abrasions on the neck of the vagina.