scabbard has a typical 13th
century knotted suspension belt, complete with 13th
cent. buckle and strap end.
scabbard’s chape is based on the depiction of the sword of Ekkehard
II, margrave of Meissen from 1240 in the cathedral in Naumburg.
inside is made of several layers of leather sewn together, hardened
and shaped to resemble a wooden scabbard. The outermost layer is thin
leather sewn on the back side of the scabbard. A leather scabbard is
more durable than a wooden one – it’s elastic and doesn’t break
when hit or when you fall down on it in a fight.
price doesn't include the sword.