This Mid 14th Century Hand and a Half Sword has a blade of high carbon Chrome-Vanadium steel that was treated to have a tempered hardness of 50 HRC. The blade is built to favor the thrust or to use the tip as a pick to pierce or rend apart weak points in a defense in a half-sword grip. The thick base of the blade gives it good durability and the excess weight is lessened with its three channels of fullers on both sides. The top half of the blade has a diamond cross section designed to stiffen it for thrusting and ensure minimal energy is lost to excess flex.

The crossguard and pommel are antique finished steel and the wooden grip is bound in black leather.