Robin Hood sword letter opener
A mini sword replica of the sword used by the heroic Robin Hood.
Possibly the most ornate of all the mini swords in our collection, this letter opener has a stainless steel blade with gold detailing on the fuller. This paper knife has a cross-guard that bears many animalistic qualities, such as claws on the ends that appear to be holding golden spheres. The rest of the highly decorative hilt is made up of a teal marble-effect grip and a hexagon shaped golden pommel with, what appears to be, a red jewelled centre.
Robin Hood is a legendary outlaw-turned-hero who stole from the rich to give to the poor with his partner in crime, Little John. Though there are many tales surrounding the Robin Hood legend, which all differ slightly, it is said that his main rivals were the Sherriff of Nottinghamshire and Prince John, who was ruling England in the absence of his brother, Richard Lionheart, who was away leading the Third Crusade.
The final resting place of Robin Hood is believed to be In Kirklees Priory, West Yorkshire. Legend has it that Robin determined his own burial place by firing a single arrow from his death bed with the help of his trusty companion, Little John.
A fantastic gift for lovers of the Robin Hood legend and fans of historic weaponry. Combine this letter opener with one of our stands and transform it into a truly unique display item for your desk.
Please note that the Robin Hood Sword Letter Opener does not come with a stand. Paper knife stands can be purchased separately. Please see our mini sword stand listings to see if your blade is compatible.
Age Restrictions: 18+
Genre: Myths and Legends
Material: Stainless Steel
Packaging Dimensions: Approx. 30.4cm x 9.5cm x 2.5cm
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