Bulava - Polish mace

The bulava (or bulowa) mace was the symbol of authority for 15th-17th century Polish-Lithuanian hetmen and other officers of the highest military rank among Poles and Cossacks. Often, particularly later, they were ceremonial maces. This one is not so much ceremonial as it is a full-fledged sturdy mace meant for military use - namely, whopping up on other guys in armor (an not in armor, but that part would be a lot more inelegant). In other words, this particular version isn't a ceremonial mace, it's a fully functional blackened steel whomping stick that I'm sure will bring you many hours and years of joy.

length: 18 1/2"
head: 3" x 2 1/8"
upper shaft: 10"
grip: 4 1/2"
weight: 2 lb 5.0 oz

Price: $110

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