Heirloom Quality Custom Swords


Heirloom Viking Sword for the Wuensch Family. A Two handed interpretation of a documented late 9th Century sword of the Viking Era,
found at Hedemark, Norway.
See Original: Peirce, I. (2002) "Swords of the Viking Age" p.72-73
Raven motifs inspired by a brooch found at the archaeologically rich site of Uppåkra, a prehistoric urban centre from c.100BC to c.1000AD - located 5km from modern Lund, Sweden:

Weight: 1,646g (3lb 10oz)
Length Overall: 1135mm (44.7")
Length of Blade: 863mm (34")
Length of Grip: 223mm (8.8")
Blade Breadth: 58mm at Guard > 45mm at 15cm from tip
Blade Thickness: 5.6mm at guard, 2.3mm at 2cm behind tip.
Point of Balance: 141mm (5.55")from guard
Blade node of Percussion: ~565mm from guard
Hilt node of Percussion: 75mm (3") behind guard

Blade: 9260 high carbon steel; oil quenched and tempered twice to ~52Rc
Hilt Furniture: mild steel
Grip and Scabbard: Poplar cores with hand tooled and dyed veg tanned leather
Two Handed Viking Sword

Viking Sword
Two Handed Viking Sword Scabbard

Viking Scabbard

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