St Georgius IV, 14thC
'St Georgius Sword IV' - inspired by 14th century examples from European museums. That is a fourth edition of this special project, dedicated to St George. The sword is an 'early longsword' with wide blade and just slightly extended grip, covered with dark brown leather. That is actually large one handed sword with grip adapted to handling with both hands.
Black belts with dark brown scabbard leather.
Scabbard for this sword as always, is decorated with hand tooled depiction and painted St George defeating the dragon, hand painted golden inscription, fragment of Psalm 50:
'Cor mundum crea in me, Deus
et spiritum rectum innova in visceribus meis.' ...
'Create a pure heart inside me, God
and renew in my chest invincible spirit!'...
total length 1040mm
blade length 855mm
blade width 60mm
blade thickness at the base 5mm
balance c. 105mm
weight c. 1410g