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17th-Century Ukrainian Hetman Mace

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Key Features

  • This rare and menacing mace, or bulava, was manufactured during the 17th century
  • The mace was the preferred weapon of high ranking Ukrainian military officers
  • The mace is in remarkable condition, and still exudes the strength of the Ukrainian Cossacks

Item Details

  • Length:
    28 Inches
  • Period:
  • Origin:
At once menacing and intriguing, this 17th-century mace, or bulava, was the weapon of choice for the hetman, or military officer of the highest rank. With military and ceremonial uses, this bludgeon is distinguished by a striking-head with seven hand-soldered semicircular flanges. Intricate engraving and chiseling covers these blade-like projections and extends down the mace's fire-silvering shaft. Military weaponry is among the most highly desirable areas of collecting today. To find a piece of such incredible history and rarity in such wonderful condition is truly extraordinary.

Circa 1650

28" length

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