Excalibur - Champion Sword
Product Code: 16410
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Exclusively developed for Tintagel castle; historically, swords like this were wielded by Knight's as they went to battle against the enemies of their lord. Such was the power of these men that common folk believed it was their swords that must have magic powers. Troubadours told stories of long past Knights who owned magic Broadswords, like Arthur of the Britons and his beloved 'Excalibur'. In myth and tale, a magic sword has often been broken by evil and must be mended by fairy folk so the young hero may prevail.
Was it given to Arthur by the mystic 'Lady of the Lake', when he was already King, or was it the sword he pulled from the stone, proving he was the one destined to be King? A wonderful example of legend made real.
- Exclusively developed for Tintagel Castle
- Each sword is made from solid wood
- Individually hand crafted in England
Size: Approx. 785 mm (L) x 48 mm (w)
Age restriction: Not to be used 8 Years Under
Standard Delivery £4.99: Applies to UK standard delivery rate only.
You can expect delivery by Royal Mail or Courier within 7 working days after placing your order.
Next Day Delivery (on orders placed before 3pm. Weekdays only) £6.99:
If order is placed before 3pm, you can expect delivery the following working day (excluding weekends). Please note a signature is required.
Overseas Delivery from £18.00:
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