Classic toy sturdy wooden sword
Wooden swords belong to the classic toys. Especially for little Viking fans, a wooden sword should never be missing in the children's room. The Nordic saga world, which is also very popular with children, tells of brave fighters who fight with their swords against enemies and dragons. The fantastic tales stimulate children's imagination to go on a journey through time. But the historical facts also fascinate children and encourage them to slip into other roles and relive history.
- Material: light wood
- length: 65 cm
- handle finely wrapped with sturdy cord
- made in DE
This wooden sword is made in DE to a very high quality. It was manufactured according to the highest standards of safe children's toys. The shapely sword lies through the cord, with which the handle is wrapped particularly well in the hand. The shape of the sword resembles finds from the Viking Age.
Armament ' part of the basic equipment of a free man
Today it is known not only from the world of legends, but also through archaeology, that the Vikings had many different weapons. Arming was the right of a free man, because there were often disputes that were definitely settled by force of arms. There are even various laws known in which the carrying of a sword was mentioned as a right of every man. In the earliest times, the men also had their weapons with them at Thing meetings. If something was decided, the swords were struck against the shields or raised.
For little Vikings and Viking girls
Acting out stories and tales is great fun for every child. It is a special joy for children to know that their garb is really designed as it was in the Viking Age. Of course, the Vikings had metal swords, but of course it is easy to imagine that children also practiced with wooden toys in those days. Together with family and friends, the child embarks on a journey of exploration into other ages and practices creative role play. A durable and child-friendly toy that your child will always remember.
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