Wielded with untamed
ferocity on many a Scottish battlefield, the massive Scottish
Lowlander Claymore vividly illustrates the might
of the Scots of old. Nick named "Slaughter-Swords"
in the 16th century, these were the swords of choice for Scottish
mercenaries for centuries. At close to six feet long the Lowlander
replicates the surviving museum piece of William
Wallace at the "Wallace Monument" near Stirling, Scotland.
The Lowlander Claymore is beautifully proportioned and balanced.
The typically Scottish quatrefoils in the ring guards attest
to the heritage of this imposing piece. A wall mount is provided
to allow you to display your sword with pride. Available in
Steel or an Antiqued finish.
(Click on picture for the Antiqued Finish)
There is No scabbard
available for this sword, But it does come with a wall hanger.