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SABER de CAVALERIE known as “JAR-CUTTER”
Spain, First Empire, 1809
Wood, brown horn, steel, skin and brass
Length: 90 cm
The knuckle cutter is a weapon with a double-edged steel blade, angled with a median groove and a lenticular section. The proximal part of the blade is straight, the second forms a double-broken bend, to extend into a tapered blade, ending in a point and slightly arched.
The handle of oriental style, is equipped with plates in brown horn, the brass guard is flat.
With its original wooden scabbard covered in leather, adorned with two brass bail bracelets.
This particular saber refers to a technique of combat on horseback which consisted in cutting the tendon of the flexor muscles of the mount of his enemy.
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