HUNTING FOR HEADS
If this sword could speak it would tell gruesome tales of the vast amounts of beheadings it has carried out in the hand of a warmongering Celtic tribal warrior. Heads of fallen foes that often were put on prominent display for all to see. Time and use have taken its toll on this once magnificent sword which is now bruised and aged, but by all means; it is still a trusty and fully functioning weapon, that gets the job done.
Epic Armoury’s Battleworn Celtic Leaf Sword is a latex-hybrid long sword inspired by the Celtic tribes of early history. The sword is 100 cm long from tip to pommel, with a double-edged blade designed for chopping thanks to its leaf-like shape. The detailed crossguard and crescent pommel features gold accents and protects a sculpted grip. The handle is cast and painted to look like leather and is ergonomically shaped, allowing for comfort and an impressive appearance without requiring leather maintenance. Featuring unique painted and sculpted detail effects such as rust stains, nicks and scratches.
With a tribal appearance and a neat worn-out look, the Battleworn Celtic Leaf Sword is our highest quality gear due to its impressive durability and detail. The blade is made from closed cell foam around a fibreglass core and finished with a strong latex coating, while the handle is a polyurethane foam cast that allows for greater detail and no maintenance. This hybrid model sword will make you confident in the safety and appeal of your weapon on the battlefield whether you are a Celtic warrior queen or a bloodthirsty barbarian.
- Similar in shape to a Scottish thrusting dagger called a dirk
- Used as a personal sidearm by officers
- Leaf swords were designed to have more weight in the blade and work well cutting through targets