A classic medieval sword scabbard style made to fit the Albion Senlac and Norman swords and typical of those seen in the 12th and 13thC.
The scabbard is constructed from poplar wood and covered in veg tan leather. The belt is dark brown and the scabbard itself is in a mid tan and finished with a bronze horseshoe chape.
The belt is tied and this system is shown in the video here
The belt will fit a waist of 34" to 44" or 86cm to 112cm
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