Irish Ring Hilt Celtic Replica Sword:
From the start of the Iron Age, swords were different from later steel swords. In these cultures, one culture is Celtic Hallstatt culture that starts from the 8th century BC. During that period, swords were made with both iron and bronze. But at the end of the period, it replaced with the short daggers. In the Parthian and Sassanid Empires, iron swords were common. All kingdoms used different swords; Greeks used xiphos, and Roman used Gladius and Spatha.
In the Medieval period, Irish history was written. Celtic tribes fought with each other, and it was a regular feature of Celtic Societies. The swords they uses were called the Celtic Swords. It has an Irish Ring hilt that shows the symbols of Irish history. This Medieval Sword is now available at our store. It is one of the simple but the featured swords. If you live in the UK, then this deal is for you; there will be no shipping charges for UK customers. So, read the product details and place your order.
- The Medieval Celtic Sword is a replica version.
- The overall length of the Celtic Replica Sword is 42″.
- It has a 33.5″ blade length and an 8.5″ handle length.
- You will get mild leather sheath free.
- It is made with high-quality stainless steel.
If you are a fan of Medieval items, then this item is for you, order now and receive it on your doorstep within 3 to 5 working days. Want more Medieval items? Explore our Medieval Swords and Medieval Axes categories.
From which quality its blade is made?
Its blade is made with high-quality stainless steel.
Is anything free with the Medieval Sword?
Yes, a mild leather sheath is free with the Medieval Replica.