This bronze pendant is a modified replica of an actual arrowhead that was used in the Battle of Agincourt in 1415 and comes on an adjustable waxed cotton thong.
This unique pendant commemorates this extraordinary battle.
St Crispin’s Day 25th October 1415, King Henry V army fought and won one of the greatest battles in English History. On a wet and cold October day, a ragged, disease ridden English army of archers and a handful of knights achieved a remarkable victory by defeating an army 4 times its size. It was the day English and Welsh archers destroyed the flower of French Chivalry in little more than an hour!
Height: 66.50mm – Width: 21mm
Thong length (max.): 76cm (30 inch)
Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.
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