Spanish Espada Ropera

Spanish Espada Ropera

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Starting at: $490.00



This early 16th century hilt is almost certainly Spanish in origin; Ewart Oakshotte claims it to be the Spanish robe-sword that became known as the rapier. The extremely rare forward quillons (pierced) and knuckle-guard give it a unique style. This hilt has two posts on the outer guard to protect from a blade sliding down yours, and a simple loop on the inner guard to protect the thumb.

The sword come mounted with a sidesword blade (DA4SS), and with many of the earlier hilts looks great with a flat pommel.
  • Model: Espada
  • Shipping Weight: 3lbs

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 18 May, 2009.

  • Michael Cardona - 30 Oct 2012

    I have been eyeing this side sword for some time, for use in Spanish Destreza and Bolognese study. After taking the leap, I never looked back. This...