Polish Hussar Supply Plus' Sabers
|Polish and other Eastern Sabers
|Eryk hammering a saber blank.
|Below are some examples of a few sabers I've made in the past 12 years.
#1 Hungarian-Polish saber and Scabbard.
Used by a wide variety of Eastern European troops from the later 16th to mid 17th century. The saber has a chain knuckle
guard and a thumb ring which gave the user more control when fencing and during combat.
#2 Open Hilted Saber and Scabbard.
This fine saber can also be used by a wide variety of Eastern warriors from the 17th century including the famous winged
hussars of Poland.
#3 Ordynka Saber and Scabbard.
This elegant sabar is styled after Tatar sabers. Fine examples were made in the city of Lwow by Armenian craftsmen for
Polish and Ukrainian nobles.
#4 Batorowka saber and Scabbard.
These beautiful sabers date back to the time of the reign of King Stefan Batory in the late 16th century. Their long brass
cross guards are a noted feature.
NOTE: These replica sabers are intended for decorative use only and not for fencing, Polish Hussar Supply Plus is not
responsible for any misuse or injury.
|These sabers will be reasonably priced, high carbon steel, well tempered returned true and straight.
They hand made with solid brass guards and pomels and wooden grip covered in leather. They come with wooden scabbard
covered with leather and brass or steel fittings.
Contact me for prices.
|#1 Hungarian-Polish saber #2 Open Hilted Hussar Saber
#4 Batorowka Saber