Victorian copy or ceremonial. 28 ¼” length. Central diamond section segment terminating in the fore spike, hand forged and varying slightly in dimensions-not commercial bar stock. The opposite end with a thread for mounting. The large blade with crescent axe bit and back spike, both pierced and with figural decoration. That element made from early technology rolled stock (steel rolling dates before the 16th century) with the attendant surface texture which results from insufficient heat and small rollers. Interesting example, originally one of a pair and not according with any other that we know of.