The swords Tizona and Colada belonged to the castilian knight Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, known as “El Cid Campeador” in the 11th century. He was the model knight and loyal vassal who took part in the conquest of Toledo, with his king Alphonse VI . Subsequently, he conquered the city and kingdom of Valencia from the Moors. Tizona was his court sword, while Colada was for use in battle.
TOLEDO DECORATOR SWORDS
The Toledo Legends decorator swords were made in Toledo, Spain. They are ideal for costume dress and wall decoration. These swords have stamp-engraved blades and wire wrapped handles. The guards and pommels of Tizona, Alfonso, Duque d’Alba and Carlos are cast in intricate detail with a black oxide finish. The guards and pommels of Colada and Pizarro are fabricated steel with a natural finish. None of the swords come with a scabbard.
- Zero maintenance stainless steel
- Blade length: 33″
- Overall length: 41″
- Scabbard not included.
- Decorative use only.