|This is an Infantry sabre reminiscent of the sabres|
issued to Napoleon's infantry troops during his
campaigns across Europe. It is typical of a sabre
from the early 19th century through to the early
|One can still see similar sabres in use today in many|
dress uniforms from the U.S. Marines to the Royal Navy.
|This sword mimics the style of a more utilitarian weapon|
that Napoleon's troops and officers would have carried.
It is simple in decoration but elegant enough for dress
or ceremony. Many issued weapons from this time served
|This sword is constructed of A36 carbon steel, polished |
to a dull luster as an issued weapon would be. The pummel
and guard are blued mild steel for a functional and simple
finish. Decoration on the guard adds just the right touch
|The handle is leather wrapped maple finished with|
wire cording and lanyard wrapped for comfort. The
exposed stiching completes the hand-wrapped look.
|The end result is a simple, elegant and functional|
replica of a briquet that is period correct with the
Napoleonic Wars in mind. This is a gorgeous
piece for dress or display.