The exquisite and unique gold-mounted small-sword presented by La Jeunesse Francaise to Monsieur le duc d'Orleans claimant to the throne of France ca. 1895. (PF #50 2005)

The exquisite and unique gold-mounted small-sword presented by La Jeunesse Francaise to Monsieur le duc d'Orleans claimant to the throne of France ca. 1895. (PF #50 2005)

A superior 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with…

A superior 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with…

Must see.  Beautiful detail!  A remarkable 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with hallmarks for London 1764/5. The maker is William Kinman, one of the foremost makers of silver hilted swords in London in the 18th century, and whose work represents the highest standards of English craftsmanship. https://darksword-armory.com/

Must see. Beautiful detail! A remarkable 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with hallmarks for London 1764/5. The maker is William Kinman, one of the foremost makers of silver hilted swords in London in the 18th century, and whose work represents the highest standards of English craftsmanship. https://darksword-armory.com/

Sword, France (possibly made) Switzerland (possibly made), ca. 1760, V Swords were worn with civilian clothes as ‘small swords’, for  self-defence and denoting status for the well-dressed gentleman. Small swords were items of male jewellery. By the 1750s, their elaborate gold and silver hilts, mounted with precious stones and fine enamelling, were the products of the goldsmith and jeweller rather than the swordsmith. They made fitting rewards for distinguished military and naval service.

Sword

Sword, France (possibly made) Switzerland (possibly made), ca. 1760, V Swords were worn with civilian clothes as ‘small swords’, for self-defence and denoting status for the well-dressed gentleman. Small swords were items of male jewellery. By the 1750s, their elaborate gold and silver hilts, mounted with precious stones and fine enamelling, were the products of the goldsmith and jeweller rather than the swordsmith. They made fitting rewards for distinguished military and naval service.

advanced small sword stage combat test - YouTube

advanced small sword stage combat test - YouTube

Small Sword.  Maker: Jan Nieuwland (Dutch, Amsterdam, active 1747–1807). Dated: circa 1750. Geography: Amsterdam. |  Copyright © 2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Small Sword. Maker: Jan Nieuwland (Dutch, Amsterdam, active 1747–1807). Dated: circa 1750. Geography: Amsterdam. | Copyright © 2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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