the length of the blade is 72 cm
the total length of the sword is 88 cm
the width of the guard is about 14 cm
the width of the blade at the guard is about 5 cm
the width of the blade at the widest part is about 7 cm
the thickness of the blade at the guard is about 5 mm
the weight of the sword is 1600 gr
Spring steel 65G. Quenching 50 HRC. The hilt of the sword is wrapped with hemp rope on glue and wrapped with leather on top.
Designed for contact fencing.
Falchions of this type are characterized by a more or less curved blade, a straight butt of the blade, partially or completely curved. The tip has an extension, but on the butt side the tip has a short, pointed bevel. Swords of this type may originate from the Muslim East, adapted to Europe. As the pictorial sources of 1280-1470 show. with classical knightly, and then with Renaissance handles.
A well-known example of this kind is the discovery of a falchion in the River Thorpe near Norwich, stored in the Museum of Norfolk, dated circa 1350