The Flamberge two-handed sword was popular in Germany between the 15th and 17th centuries, especially among Swiss mercenaries. It was often used as a processional or court weapon, which may account for the more attractive, wavy style of the blade.
·Stainless steel kris blade
·Leather wrapped wood handle
·Nickel silver guard and pommel
·36-3/8" Kris blade
·Blade Thickness: 9/64"
·Blade Width: 6" (measured at sub-hilt)
·Brown suede scabbard with adjustable shoulder strap
·Made in Pakistan