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King Solomon Great Sword Red


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Item Number: C023RD

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All of our Knights Templar swords and collectibles are highly detailed.

This King Solomon Sword is 51 inches overall. This classic recreation offers precision craftsmanship. The 37 inch stainless steel blade is adorned with intricate laser etchings. The cast metal pommel and guard are antiqued golden plated and feature the Star of David and Ark of the Covenant symbols. The grip features sleek red spacers surrounded by cast metal engravings. The King Solomon Great Sword-Red includes solid wood wall display plaque. Great item for a collector. Excellent quality.

More About King Solomon:
Solomon (Latin name) or Shlomo (meaning "peace") is a figure described in Middle Eastern scriptures as a wise ruler of an empire centred on former Canaan. He was born in Jerusalem about 1000 BCE and reigned over Israel from about 970 to 928 BCE. He is also considered a prophet by Islam.The Bible accredits Solomon as the builder of the first Jerusalem Temple to Yahweh. Both the Bible and Qur'an portray Solomon as great in wisdom, wives, wealth, and power; however, the Bible criticises permitting his wives to worship statues depicting their own nation's deities a practice which the Bible condemns as idolatry against Israelite law (though textual scholars argue that the laws in question were not created until at least 300 years later), but which to modern eyes could simply be regarded as a "multicultural approach". Solomon is said by the Qur'an to have even had power over demons, a claim that passed into mediaeval Christian folklore, leading to grimoires such as the Lesser Key of Solomon. According to the majority of archaeologists the great works, empire, and wealth, attributed to Solomon by the Bible, Qur'an, and later legends, are actually in reality the attributes of the Omrides.
Note: Wall display is wooden and brown in color. Design subject to change.

Specifications:
Overall Length: 51 Inches
Blade Length: 37 Inches
Blade: Stainless Steel, Factory Edge
Handle Material: Cast Metal
Features: Star of David, Ark of the Covenant, Menorah
Includes: Solid Wood Display

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King Solomon Sword
Jacob McIntyre (Concord, NC) 2/22/2009 6:42 PM
This sword is stunning. I've had the sword for a week, and I love it. The details and designs, on the hilts are stunning. Absolutly beautiful. On each end of the hilt there are Cherubs angels. One on each side of the center part of the hilt, is the Menorah, and on the other is the Ark of the Covenant. On each side of the end of the hilt is an interweaving Star of David. The hilt is fastened to the blade very firmly. Not loose at all. The grip is made out of wood, which also looks very good. At the top part of the blade, on each side has an identical weaving design with more Cherubs. It feels very good to hold, even in one hand, but I can fit two hands. The only bad thing that I can say about it is that when I look straight down the blade it is slightly curved. From any other angle you would never be able to tell, even close up. The intricate details and desings of this sword, outweigh the small con. I also had some fustration installing the plaque that was included on the wall, but this is probably just me not having much handy man experience. Many times I have seen weapons forged with evil desings, skulls, demons and evil intentions. But when I hold this sword in my hand, I feel like a true Man of God, and a conduit of Justice. 5 out of 5

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