Arabic Scimitar Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction of an Arabian cutlass that can be found in the "Museo del Ejercito" in Madrid Spain.
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The Arabic Scimitar Cutlass Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction of a cutlass that can be found in the "Museo del Ejercito" in Madrid Spain. Its main characteristics are the crossward, which raises to the handle on one side and descends to the blade on the other side, and its wide curved blade. This wonderfully stylized cutlass is a reminder that Toledo Spain was an important center of sword production during these historical Arab Islamic periods. The 420 stainless steel blade measures 25" in length and 4-1/2" across at the widest point of its tip. Overall length of this beautifully detailed collectors cutlass is 32-1/4".
Arabic sword features
* Overall Length: 84 cms - 32 1/4 inches
* Blade: Tempered AISI 420 Stainless Steel - etched
* Blade Length: 25 inches
* Handle: Zamak - Antiqued Silver Plated decorated with detailed engraved Islamic symbols
Alternate names for curved blade from South and Western Asia:
Scimitar, Arabic saif, Indian talwar, Persian shamshir, and Turkish kilij and yatagan or Mameluke (Mamluk) sword.
Highly decorative Arabic sword with curved blade.