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Roman - Greek Baldric - Brown

The Roman Baldric is worn diagonally across the chest. Use this fine quality, leather baldric to complete many of your period outfits. Throughout most of the world our Roman Baldric was the most common way in which a sword was carried, was at the waist. Modern concepts of the sword being worn across the back are simply not accurate. There were exceptions, as with the Scots and their large Claymore and the Ceylon's Ayda Katta. The form used most in carrying the sword, was the baldric. This belt hung from the opposite shoulder and passed diagonally across the front, the sword being suspended from the waist. Going in and out of favor as a fashion statement, it was the "in" thing as long as swords were carried.

This Two-Part leather baldric is constructed from 5-6 oz brown leather and is fitted with a brass buckle to adjust it to size. The straps end in hanging loops that are closed with brass Chicago screws around the hanging loops of a sword scabbard.

Key Features:
* One size
* Adjusts to fit most Swords
* Designed for Greek and Roman Swords
* Comes with brass hardware

Overall Length: 71 1/2 - 78 inches
Belt Width: 3/4 inch

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SKU#: KR-429BN
Price: $24.95
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