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Viking Sword Chape in Borre style

Art.Nr.: 07 OB Borre
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Borre style sword chape - bronze
Borre style sword chape - bronze
Viking scabbard tip - silver plated
Viking scabbard tip - silver plated
Viking borre style chape  - detail
Viking borre style chape - detail
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Replica of a Viking sword chape in Borre style.

This detailed replica of a so-called Viking sword chape serves as a firm point at the end of the scabbard and is made after a historical model in the Borre style from the 9th century.

Sword points in this style were particularly common on the Scandinavian mainland, but such Viking scabbard mounts are also known from several other places. Thus, sword chapes of this type are also known from England, Norway, Iceland and Finland.

The dimensions of the sword chape are 7 x 4 cm.
The inner width is 3.6 x 1.4 cm.

The Viking scabbard tip is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in genuine silver-plated.

For fastening, the sword chape is put on the end of the scabbard and is best fixed on the side with glue. In addition.
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Replica of a Viking sword chape in Borre style.

This detailed replica of a so-called Viking sword chape serves as a firm point at the end of the scabbard and is made after a historical model in the Borre style from the 9th century.

Sword points in this style were particularly common on the Scandinavian mainland, but such Viking scabbard mounts are also known from several other places. Thus, sword chapes of this type are also known from England, Norway, Iceland and Finland.

The dimensions of the sword chape are 7 x 4 cm.
The inner width is 3.6 x 1.4 cm.

The Viking scabbard tip is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in genuine silver-plated.

For fastening, the sword chape is put on the end of the scabbard and is best fixed on the side with glue. In addition.
30.24

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