1827 Pattern Royal Naval  Officers Sword

​​​​The original Royal Naval pattern sword was designed in 1805 , although elegant in design it proved impractical and was replaced in 1827 by the solid hilt varient.

In 1846 the Royal Naval blade was standardised for all Royal Naval officers, with the current lighter, strait single edged blade being commissioned into service in 1929.

Approved to be carried by all Royal Naval commissioned officers, today's M.O.D regulation Royal Naval officers sword features a gold plated brass hilt., white ray skin hilt, re-enforced black buffalo leather scabbard and lions head pommel.

Assembled to the highest standards the Royal Naval officers sword optimises courage and integrity, blendinghistoric pride with the romance of a modern Royal Naval Officer.
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