Uanset om du har anskaffet dig dit sværd i begyndelsen af din vandring, eller om det er kommet til ved en senere lejlighed, så er det der til den dag du tager den sidste rejse mod det evige øst.
Pommelen (endestykket) på dit WKC sværd viser hvor på din rejse du befinder dig. Derfor har WKC lavet det muligt at skifte denne pommel ud undervejs på din vandring.
Den Runde er til graderne i Johanneslogen. Kronen er til Andreas skiftet, og Ridderhjelmen er til Kapitlet.
Hos hiram.dk har du mulighed for at anskaffe dig disse tre smukke endestykker som du får brug for dem.
Der er ingen kundeanmeldelser endnu.
Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co (WKC) has been manufacturing military swords and cutlery in Solingen, Germany- a city famous since the middle ages for its metal-working and craftsmanship in sword making. The traditional manufacturing of swords at WKC dates back to the year 1774 when the Weyersberg first registered the ''Kings head'' as their trademark. Later in 1883 the company merged with the Kirschbaums and the company WKC was formed as it exists today. Over 230 years of sword manufacturing the company can base its knowledge on! As the oldest and largest sword manufacturer in Germany, this family-owned business is the leading supplier to military schools and services worldwide for ceremonial swords, including the military academies in the United States. Since this time, W.K.C. have continued the tradition of handcrafted swords, daggers and uniform accessories according to the specialized skill of artisans using their unique knowledge as passed on from generation to generation - a guarantee of unmatched quality. The attention given by the uniquely skilled craftsmen ensures that each sword and scabbard is produced according to W.K.C. rigorous quality standards. We are pleased to present to you the WKC collection of Masonic swords.