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  NWBK1661 China
List Price: $132.
Our Price: $119.99

• Beautiful Hilt Detail
• Replicates Expensive Models
• Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Blade

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DECORATIVE ROYAL CLAYMOREDecorative Royal Claymore Sword(NWBK1661) Made in China
Mainstay of the Highland warriors of the late 15th and 16th centuries, the Claymore had a uniquely styled hilt that sets it apart from other great swords of the period. Replicating expensive models, this extremely affordable Scottish Claymore Sword has the look and feel of a premium quality Marto at a fraction of the cost. Its safe dual false-edged blade is of maintenance free mirror polished stainless steel and is adorned with heraldic design and coat of arms shields silk screened down its center. The hilt classic in its design, with distinctive sloping quillons terminating in quatrefoils and a high-collared quillon block with langets are all finished in gold hand painted detailing*. The hardwood wood handle is topped with a spherical pommel that features two beasts, a lion and single horned Unicorn entwined, piercing each other in mutual battle, whilst the long tapered wood handgrip is decorated with gold Fleur De Lys and silver unicorns. The hilt extends down grasping the blade and is adorned with Lions in gold relief. This beautiful yet affordable Royal Claymore comes complete with a lustrous dark wood wall plaque for easy mounting and awesome display!
Minor cosmetic imperfections are a natural characteristic of this genuine hand detailed product


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Overall: 56 1/2"
Blade Length: 41 1/2"
Blade: Mirror Polished Stainless Steel
Edge: False Edge
Grip Length: 14"
Pommel: Threaded
Wall Plaque: Wood
Weight: 3 lb 9 oz
Specs will vary slightly from piece to piece.

Note: Beautiful as decor in any home, office or establishment, this sword is not designed nor intended for cutting or combat use.
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King James VI of Scotland succeeded Elizabeth I when she died childless in 1603, effectively uniting Scotland and England beneath one rule. The Scottish Royal Arms had, up to that point, used two unicorns as shield supporters. The English Arms had used a variety of supporters, but most frequently had included a lion. In a tactful gesture then, he placed a lion upon the left of the new Arms, and a unicorn upon the right. This was a potent bit of symbolism, for both the lion and the unicorn had long been thought to be deadly enemies: both regarded as king of the beasts, the unicorn rules through harmony while the lion rules through might, it came to symbolize a reconciliation between the Scottish unicorn and the English lion that the two should share the rule.


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