The Squire Sword (#1304)



A.460 French, c. 1375-1400, Type type XVIII sword.

Arming swords were intended to be used with a single hand. As a result, these swords needed to be heavy enough to be effectively useful in combat, but light enough to move quickly and not be tiring for the wielder. For this purpose, the Squire is a perfect fit. Light and nimble, this sword is incredibly responsive and effortlessly flows from guard to cut and back again. While exquisite to handle, the Squire is strong enough to inflict considerable damage if used in combat. A far cry from the hefty two-handed swords wielded by armored and mounted knights, the Squire is the perfect sword for anyone who wants an agile, attractive sword that is just as battle ready as one twice its size.

Length : 33.5”
Handle Length: 4 ½”
Blade Length: 27”
Blade Width: 2 1/16”
Crossguard Length: 8 5/8”
Guard Depth: 7/8”
Handle Circumference: 4 ¼”
Weight: 2.4 lbs 
P.O.B.: 3”