Scotia Metalwork
The work of J. Michael McRae
Scotia Metalwork
Historically Accurate
Ancient Scottish Weapons
Avast ye scurvy sea dogs! Stand by for the ram and to repel boarders in all quarters!
No prisoners! Cannon to port fire at will. Call for the powder monkey!

The good Mr. Carpenter sent a picture of a cutlass saying that he wanted one "kind of" like it.
So here it is. Twenty four inches of blade, bone handle, clam-shell guard. The blade was cold blued and scrubbed to give a somewhat aged look. Provided "reasonably sharp."
"The Scourge of the High Seas",
Brian Carpenter's, Cutlass