Priced as is due to the worn condition of the pouch, and hilt.
Long considered the most formidable blacksmiths in the area because of their intricate weaponry, the influence of the Ngombe spread to many of their neighbors. They also created weaponry for ceremony rather than warfare. One of the their main functions was to convey the status of its holder, which would have only been a person of righ-rank. The sword reflected its owner’s prestige in the community.
The pouch was said to contain certain magic substances to charge the blade with powers.
Height: 27 1/4" Width: 4 1/4" - It is 28 1/2" in height mounted on a 5" square metal base.