This is a polish-hungarian style saber with a blade based on a few different 16th and 17th-century
artifacts. It has a historical two-fuller profile (a narrow one called strudzina and a broad one, called
The blade also has a distinct broad "pioro" at the end, giving the saber its specific balance and
pivot point to maximize cutting ability.
The hilt is composite in classic early fashion, with an "almond-shaped" hilt cup.
We love this new model too much. Now you can practice the Polish saber school on an instrument
as close as possible to the original
Easton sabre 3
Gymnasium saber 1895