Royal Artillery Officers’ Sword with Scabbard

The Royal Artillery Officer’s Sword is characterized by a slightly curved and spear-pointed carbon steel blade. This prestigious sword is said to be based on the 1822 Light Cavalry pattern. The hilt is a half-basket which has been intricately made of nickel-plated steel and also comprises of three fluted bars. The grip is meticulously crafted in black fish-skin and clenched with silver-plated copper wire. The pommel has been created using stepped design. This fabulous piece of work is available with a Sam Browne leather scabbard with plated steel mouthpiece or in a beautifully nickel-plated steel scabbard.