Medieval Weapons As Collectibles From TudorDressing

Europeans love to collect the medieval weapons and decorate their homes. The medieval swords of TudorDressing are in huge demand from people all across the Europe.

Online PR News – 09-September-2010 – – Medieval era has left a strong impression on the mind set of the Europeans. They still love to inculcate part and parcels of the medieval era in their today's lives, and in the process love to collect medieval weapons to satisfy their personal likings and taste. TudorDressing, an online cloth manufacturer and dealer of clothes and medieval weapons, have introduced Brass Basket Hilt Claymore Sword in its section of Medieval Weapons section. has introduced Brass Basket Hilt Claymore Sword in its stocks. This ethnic designed sword is the symbol of Scotland and has equal raised by clansmen when they overran the English at the battle of the famous Falkirk on January 17th, 1746. This is a famous sword and is highly ordered both in Britain and Scotland. This sword can be used not only for the decorative purposes but also in the Ren Fairs and Theme based weddings.

The medieval weapon of has stainless steel sword blades. The blades are double-edged and broadsword pattern of the 1500-1800 century. A basket has rich red cloth liner and the scabbard is included. The overall length of the sword is 39-1/2" and the blade length is 32-1/2" long and 1-3/4" wide and 3/16" thick. It has a weight of around 3 lbs/14 oz. "Being an ardent lover of the antique collections I prefer buying the swords and other medieval weapons from TudorDressing, as the looks of their weapons are very authentic," says Dale Dupree, a loyal customer of the TudorDressing.

About the company: TudorDressing is into medieval clothes and medieval weapons manufacturing business since the past decade and longer. It is expanding the variety of the stocks with new researches going on.

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