Boromir’s sword was single-handed, big, broad and powerful – a fit complementary to its owner. To use it required someone with great strength, which this skilled warrior abundantly possessed. The blade’s flattened diamond shape and equally wide fuller reduced weight, yet retained strength at the end of the blade by stopping just short of the tip. The guard, similar to that of his father’s sword, showed a warrior’s flourish in that it was formed from a square-edged piece of steel that had been twisted before being curved into a crescent. The handgrip was wide like the blade, and the pommel was an elegant and simple piece of steel that added weight to balance the blade.
The 30 3/16″ blade is constructed of polished 420 stainless steel (false-edged). Includes a certificate of authenticity and a wood display plaque. 39″ ov, 30 3/16″ bl