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Eric Estlund

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For my tenth sword I decided to make a classic Type X with inspiration from Oakeschott's X.13 and an example found at the Swiss National Museum. 

 

The scabbard is made with a wooden core lined in wool and covered in leather. It features a sewn rain guard, subtle border in the body, and a long leather chape; all are hand stitched at the back. The red color matches the leather sword grip, which itself is embossed with two risers over a thread wound wooden body.

 

Mass: 1166g

Blade: 845mm long, 48mm wide

POB: 175mm from the cross

 

Studio photos by Charley Freiburg

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Very nice, clean work!

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  • 5 months later...

Is the pommel soild?

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