Classic example of these most impressive variants of the campilan. 17 3/4" wedge section blade with figured point. Both sides elaborately decorated in bands of crescents. Intricately cast hilt with built up roped and hound’s tooth bands, and made with a knuckle bow. That feature is very rare with a single example only, shown in our references. The pommel edges and knuckle bow hung with a series of chains, completely intact. Wood scabbard with incised clan designs, secured with "tinned" metal, the lower portion forming a spine on the edge, hung with decorative chains. Excellent with fine age character. The blade with smooth patina over light tool finish.