This remarkable sword is unmistakable inspired by the Thorpe Falchion, which is dated to the late 13th or early 14th Century. From the flat, broad, swelling blade to the downturned quillons and wheel pommel, it is a close and fencing-ready cousin to the legendary original.
Adaptations include a canted pommel for right-handed use, allowing an extra degree of control and comfort in casting actions. The pommel is also hollow, allowing the broadening blade to come into its own in swift and purposeful cuts and thrusts.
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