Typical Spanish Cazoleta decorative sword made in Toledo - Spain by Marto brand. Stainless steel sheet and brassed bowl. Overall length: 116 cms.
Spanish sword Cazoleta seventeenth century rustic finish. Zamak sheet. Measuring 106 x 20 x 12 cm. Weight 600 gr.
Concha sword Discovery of America made of stainless steel sheet, clad in velvet handle, store and tie with gold finishes and registration of the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America.
Classic replica of the Spanish Tizona sword of the seventeenth century, with engraved bowl. Made of stainless steel by the renowned gunsmith Toledo (Spain), José Luis Rubio. Available in various sizes: Cadet: 24 x 11 x 74 cms.Natural 28 x 14 x 104 cm.
Sword of King Carlos III with stainless steel blade etched, rustic handle. The bowl is finished in antique silver prints. A cadet or choose in life size. Cadete.- 77 cms.Natural.- 107 cms.
Sword of King Carlos III with stainless steel blade etched. The bowl is finished in antique silver prints. A cadet or choose in life size. Cadete.- 77 cms.Natural.- 107 cms.
Spanish sword Tizona (finished in brass or nickel).
Sword with guard of dipper to protect the hand of the blows of the opponent, known as Sword Cazoleta, whose first models were made to Carlos V.
Espada Cazoleta Spanish waters with silver finish. Handle lead and tin. Use Sword Spanish cup extends use in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Cazoleta Renaissance sword made in Toledo (Spain) with stainless steel blade guard and handle made entirely by hand in the traditional way by the Toledo dealer José Luis Rubio.
English sword basket comes from the sixteenth century and became popular in the seventeenth century. It is cataloged in the Royal Armory of England. The basket is covered with fabric. It includes stiff leather sheath.
Spanish rapier sword functional cup. Made of carbon steel by the gunsmith of the Czech Republic, Jiri Krondak.