PERSIAN WAR SWORD SG269 by ART GLADIUS As the sun set on June 13th 323 BC a heroic figure who ruled the known world died in Babilonia, aged 33. This man some say he was a God- was Alexander the Great . His vast empire from Egypt to India covered lands of over 27.000 kilometres and he spent his life fighting great battles to unite his kingdom. Art- Gladius seek to honor this great commander by recreating his majestic sword. The Alexander the Great Lion Head Kopis features an unsharpened, mirror polished, stainless steel blade. With its short length, light weight and trademark single-edge curved blade, the Greek kopis was favored by Alexander the Great for its ability to deliver quick and devastating cuts during close quarter cavalry and infantry battles. The hilt is cast metal, exquisitely finished in mirror black luster and gold with an imitation ivory grip. A magnificent collectors piece from Art- Gladius. Read more on Decorative Series Swords
ART GLADIUS of Spain Among the finest manufacturers of decorative swords, Art Gladius crafts a number of historical and fantasy weapons for collectors and other enthusiasts to enjoy. Many of these weapons display intricate detailing that makes them excellent additions to medieval decor. NobleWares is proud to offer a variety of display swords, daggers, and other period weaponry that are safe and will look great on display in your home or office. About the clip (showing right)We here at NobleWares have often been asked to explain the difference between a Kopis and a Falcata. A good question! One that is easily handled by one of our favorite YouTube personalities Lindybeige. We hope you enjoy his knowledge, insight and humor as much as we do. Follow this link to check out more LindyBeige amazing & informative clips. Be sure to Subscribe and thank Lindybeige for his love of swords and sincere passion to share what he knows about them!