This two–handed sword is a similar type of weapon that is depicted in Achille Marozzo’s Opera Nova [Marozzo, 1536] but can be dated earlier to
about 1450-1500. Its long and slender blade it is suitable for cuts as well as thrusts. The blade has three fullers and parrying lugs and transitions from
rectangular to hexagonal cross section along its length. The crossguard is of simple round shape, the grip consists of a wooden core, tapering towards the pommel,
decorated with spiral flutes and covered in leather. A plain, pear–shaped pommel completes the sword.
Two-handed swords, because of the "oversized cargo" is calculated with the prices of another transport company (not Georgian post, because of their restrictions on the "oversized cargo")