France, Restoration (1814-1830).
Senior officer's sword, erased lily flowers, without sheath.
Golden brass frame, pommel stamped with a wing and
and the wheel, the side part decorated with a leonine head. Grip
of checkered ebony. crossguard ending in the head of a ram. Clamshell
originally adorned with the weapons of France, hammered
(erased), between olive branches. Reduced and raised counter clamshell
decorated with palmettes. Straight blade with hollow pan and flat back engraved with
third of weapons trophies, originally nickel-plated (remains), patinated with
signs of oxidation rust blooms. In the condition in which it was found.
97 cm (blade 83.5 cm).
- Country of manufacture
- Weapon Type
- Epée d’officier supérieur Époque restauration
- Overall Length
- 970 mm
- Barrel/ blade length
- 835 mm