Radaelli sabre

Giuseppe Radaelli, 19th century Milanese fencer of the northern Italian school, is noted for the development of modern sabre play with a light, narrow-blade. Radaelli was a teacher of mounted troops and was concerned exclusively with the military use of the sabre. The Radaelli sabre is replicated from an original piece with remarkable balance, durability, and swiftness. The hilt design developed by Radaelli has been reproduced in this fencing sabre, with a stainless steel guard & a wire-wrapped imitation sharkskin grip. The high-carbon flex-tempered steel blade closely follows the proportions of the period and is button-tipped for safety.

length: 40 1/2"
blade: 34"
blade width: 1/2" (at ricasso)
grip length: 5 1/2" (inside basket)
basket: 7 1/4" x 5" x 7"
balance point: 2" from basket
weight: 1 lb 5.2 oz

Price: $180

replacement blade: $125

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