Polish hussar sabre - late XVII c.

Polish hussar sabre - late XVII c.

Typical polish sabre that merges features of hungarian, Turkish and western europe sabres.

Brass-made half-opened hilt on the outer side has a decoration in the form of rosette. Decoration of the plant motif are on the cross including a thumb ring. Saber is made for right-handed user. A left-handed version of thumb ring (or saber without) are made only on request and we do not charge additional fees for it. Wood-made handle (grip) is covered with leather to secure a strong catch.

The blade is forged and tempered to 50 HRC and is full battle ready. It has one fuller that goes to the middle of a double-edged tip. This sabre is best for a very forceful swinging cuts made by a horse rider. Sharp edges blade is lighter than a blunt one by about 100-150 gr. Sharp edges blade is very dangerous to be used during combat. We take no responsibility for effects of such using.

This product (both with or without scabbard) can be successfully used as a beautiful decoration of the original interior. Normally the blade has no any decorations on it, but at the individual request we can make a commemorative inscription (eg. "In memoriam - friend for a friend"). More details can be found at the bottom of About products section.

Additional infos about hussar's sabre you may find here.


  • blade's curve 6 cm
  • blade width at cross 3,5 cm
  • grip length 10 cm
  • center of balance 15 cm
  • weight 1,25 kg
  • blade length 82 cm
  • total length 95 cm

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blade polishing
polished 13.50 €
brass parts
no scabbard  
leather covered wood 105.00 €
sharpened blade 12.00 €
blunt blade  

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