Infantry Sword with Scabbard
This magnificent piece of work was last amended in 1897 and is widely renowned for its design and build. Manufactured from carbon steel, the blade of this sword is double-edged at the end of its length and daintily engraved with the regimental crest. A wonderful characteristic about this sword is that the guard of the three-quarter basket hilt is penetrated and etched with a scroll design that incorporates the royal cipher of the current sovereign and is shaped from nickel-plated steel. The grip is meticulously crafted in black fish-skin and clenched with silver-plated copper wire. The Infantry Officers Sword can be worn with the assistance of a Sam Browne leather scabbard with plated steel mouthpiece for service wear or in a beautifully nickel-plated steel scabbard for formal full dress occasions.