Caesura Replica Sword

by Worldbuilders

$ 285.00

Product Description

“The faint ring of leather and metal seemed a whisper of its name: Saicere. It felt light in my hand. The blade was flawless. I slid it back into its sheath and the sound was different. It sounded like the breaking of a line. It said: Caesura.”

― Patrick Rothfuss, The Wise Man’s Fear

Officially licensed by Kingkiller Chronicle series author Patrick Rothfuss, these replicas of Kvothe’s Ademic sword Caesura were created by Jalic Blades and are part of a first edition of 5000 pieces, each engraved with the edition number. All swords come with a display plaque and a certificate of authenticity personally autographed by Patrick.

Sword Specifications:
BLADE: 35 inches, 1040 high carbon steel, antique patina
OVERALL LENGTH: 45 inches
BLADE WIDTH: 2 inches
HILT: Antique brass plated handle parts, genuine leather grip

Less Than Perfect Packaging? Occasionally we receive swords with blemished boxes and sell them at a discount. Damage can include a crinkled edge or small puncture to the box. The swords are well packed, so there is no damage to the sword or display hanger themselves. Select the option from the drop-down menu to see price and availability. 

WARNING This sword is for display only, and is not a toy. Please keep away from children. Especially the pointy part.

This is one of our most popular items, and is often difficult to keep in stock! Several cosplayers have even made videos featuring the blade:


 

Shipping Information:
International Customers: Please read our International Orders for Kvothe’s Sword, Caesura  page for shipping restrictions.


To our knowledge the following countries forbid the import of swords: Japan, Greece, Portugal.

Additionally some countries/regions that require a permit to import swords: Denmark, Victoria, Australia. More information is available here

IN ALL CASES IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CUSTOMER TO ENSURE THEY ARE ABIDING BY ALL LOCAL LAWS.

You can find more officially licensed merchandise in our Kingkiller Chronicle collection.

All proceeds go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.