Aequitas

by on April 18, 2015

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    A fantasy paladin sword featuring etchings on the pommel and spacer. The spacer is an infinite loop of "Veritas et Aequitas". The grip is of imitation bone. The "habaki" below the guard, not typically seen on Western swords, is carved out of solid steel.

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    Here, "Aequitas" (Justice) is displayed. "Et" (and) is etched onto the sides to create an endless loop of Truth and Justice, symbolizing the commitment of the sword's wielder.

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    The spacer displays "Veritas" on this side, or "Truth." The pommel is reminiscent of a mitre, the traditional ceremonial headdress of certain clergy.

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    A fantasy paladin sword featuring etchings on the pommel and spacer. The spacer is an infinite loop of "Veritas et Aequitas". The grip is of imitation bone. The "habaki" below the guard, not typically seen on Western swords, is carved out of solid steel.

A fantasy paladin sword featuring etchings on the pommel and spacer. The spacer is an infinite loop of “Veritas et Aequitas,” or “Truth and Justice.” The grip is of imitation bone. The “habaki” below the guard, not typically seen on Western swords, is carved out of solid steel. It’s an impressively large sword, sporting a 35″ blade and 9″ grip with very little profile taper of the wide blade.