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Chevalier II

Product Name: Chevalier II Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that introduce the concept of counterguard. Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: G Disc (After Oakeshott’s Classification) Guard: Curved with finger rings,double small port and knuckle bow Overall Length: 104 Blade Length: 90 Max Blade Width: 3...

Chevalier I

Product Name: Chevalier I Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that introduce the concept of counterguard with symmetrical ports. Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: Fig Guard: Curved with finger rings,double small port and knuckle bow Overall Length: 104 cm Blade Length: 90 cm Max Blade Width:...

Duelist II

Product Name: Duelist II Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords with a more complex hilt for an enhanced protection. Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: G Disc (after Oakeshott Classification) Guard: Curved with finger rings, small port, big port and knuckle bow Overall Length: 104...

Duelist I

Product Name: Duelist I Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords with a more complex hilt for an enhanced protection. Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: Fig Guard: Curved with finger rings, small port, big port and knuckle bow Overall Length: 104 cm Blade Length: 90 cm Max...

Marozzo II

Product Name: Marozzo II Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that Achille Marozzo could have used to learn and teach the bolognese school, preserved in his Opera Nova chiamata Duello (1536) Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: G Disc (after Oakeshott Classification) Guard: Curved...

Marozzo I

Product Name: Marozzo I Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that Achille Marozzo could have used to learn and teach the bolognese school, preserved in his Opera Nova chiamata Duello (1536) Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: Fig Guard: Curved with finger rings, small...

Manciolino II

Product Name: Manciolino II Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that Antonio Manciolino could have used to learn and teach the bolognese school, preserved in his Opera Nova per Imparare a Combattere & Schermire d’ogni forte Armi (before 1531) Blade Typology: Narrow Blade Blade Cross...

Manciolino I

Product Name: Manciolino I Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that Antonio Manciolino could have used to learn and teach the bolognese school, preserved in his Opera Nova per Imparare a Combattere & Schermire d’ogni forte Armi ( before 1531) Blade Typology: Narrow Blade Blade...

Agrippa II

Product Name: Agrippa II Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by several early originals and some of the training swords illustrated in Camillo Agrippa’s treatise Trattato di Scientia d’Arme(1555). Agrippa surely used more complex hilts, but in order to clearly present some techniques he possibly suggested the artist...

Agrippa I

Product Name: Agrippa I Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by several early originals and some of the training swords illustrated in Camillo Agrippa’s treatise Trattato di Scientia d’Arme (1555). Agrippa surely used more complex hilts, but in order to clearly present some techniques he possibly suggested the...