Superior examples of the Indian tulwar were some of the best cutting sabers of the 18th and 19th centuries. This fine reproduction tulwar combines a strongly curved, hatchet pointed Imperial British light cavalry saber blade with a traditionally styled Panjabi Indian hilt. The blade is hand forged from tough 1055 high carbon steel and features a broad fuller and a razor edge. The hilt locks in your hand, and is fashioned from brass with an intricately decorated surface, with short, thick quillons, a single knuckle bow and the traditional dish shaped pommel. Supplied with an excellent leather covered wood scabbard with a thick brass throat and chape, this Indian Tulwar is a ferociously effective cutting sword.
blade width: 1 3/8" at guard
blade width: 7/8" at 2" from tip
hilt: 7 3/4" overall
interior frip length: 4"
pommel disc: 3"
balance point: 3 1/2"
weight (sword): 2 lb 6.0 oz
weight (sword and scabbard): 3 lb 7.5 oz