Visayan 'sundang' bolo machete

length: 19"
blade: 14"
blade width: 2 1/2"
grip and pommel: 5 1/2"
weight: 1 lb 7.4 oz

Visayan bolo machete. The Visayans also called this style bolo a "sundang", which in Moro indicates a fighting sword. Early to mid 20th century high quality field-grade piece. Crisp temper line and nice hard sharp edge. Possibly laminated steel. Left-handed bevel. The sheath is newly made in the traditional style by weaponsmith Tom Hyle.