Iron hilt encrusted with piques, foliate, and floral designs. Double shell guards, the right slightly larger. Silver wire wrapped grip with banded silver ferrules. 33 1/8” d.e. diamond section blade with deep fullers at the forte signed each side ANTONIO PICHINIO, a spurious reference to famed bladesmith Antonio Piccinino. The silver decoration on this charming sword is of a form that became popular after the English Civil Wars and stayed in style for about two decades. Excellent with wear to the silver as expected.

Item ID: FNS8122

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