Medieval sword scabbard for Albion swords' Prince and Squire models.
The medieval sword scabbard is is poplar cored and covered in carved and painted veg tan leather and features a bronze throat and chape set.
The sword scabbard is painted in a very bright, lively and ostentatious way, but period correct; for the knight who needs to be noticed. This type of scabbard, hanging system and paintwork is typical of effigies of the late 14thC.
Sword not included
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