Wooden Hand-And-A-Half Sword
with a real oak blade
Replica sword with an oak blade. By the late 15th century armour was better fitting and more protective and a shield was no longer needed. This meant a knight could fight with both hands. A broadsword like this could be handled quickly with one hand in close battle, but was big enough for a knight to use both hands (or a hand and a half) on the sword for extra control and power. This one measures 73 x 10 x 3cm. Not suitable for children under 3 years old due to small parts.