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Albion The Fiore Sword

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This bastard sword sword is named for Fiore dei Liberi, a swordmaster born to a knightly family in Cividale del Friuli sometime around 1340 or 1350. As a young man, Fiore trained under many Italian and German masters. Fiore had been practicing the art of swordsmanship for forty years when he began writing his treatise on defence; the Fior di Bataglia, (Flower of Battle, ca. 1409). His manuscripts are among the collection of surviving works that are invaluable to modern day students of the sword.

The Fiore has a hand ground high carbon steel blade is tempered for flexibility and edge retention. The crossguard and pommel are cast from mild steel. The grip is cord-wrapped wood fitted over with tight leather.

The sword grip comes in a selection of colors, please select an option below.

Overall Length46 1/8''
Blade Length36 3/8''
Weight3 lbs 4.5 oz
EdgeVery Sharp
Width48 mm
Thickness8.3 mm - 3.9 mm
P.O.B.3 1/8''
Grip Length7 1/2''
Blade [6150 High Carbon Steel]
Grip ColorBlack Grip=default, Dark Brown Grip, Light Brown Grip, Oxblood Grip, Red Grip, Blue Grip=$+25, Green Grip=$+25
ClassBattle Ready
ManufacturerAlbion Swords Ltd
Country of OriginUSA

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