HISTORICAL SWORD CINQUEDEA With XVIw (295)

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Manufacturer: ARMORER SPANISH
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HISTORICAL SWORD CINQUEDEA With XVIw

  This model is an exact replica of the original (weight and dimensions as the original).


Manufacturer: armorer Spanish (295)

The cinquedea is a civilian short sword (or long dagger). It was developed in northern Italy and enjoyed a period of popularity during the Italian renaissance of the 15th and early 16th centuries.

The name cinquedea means "five fingers", and it describes the width of the blade next to the guard.
The cinquedea was used primarily as a thrusting weapon. It was carried horizontally next to the buttocks so that it could be drawn laterally from the back.

 

Specifications:

Length: 98 cm
Weight: 2,3 kg

 

Characteristic blade wide at the upper part, narrower proportionally to the down. Shape of the blade originated from Unetice culture daggers from early Bronze Age. Made of highcarbon, chrome steel from Toledo. The guard is curved downwards, richly ornamented. Large pommel decorated with early renaissance style.



 The sword is not sharpened or adapted for sharpening.

 

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