Viking sword for reenactment, or BUHURT, with a shiny polished blade.
The tri-lobed pommel is riveted from two parts. The original sword was found on Polish territory.
900-950 AD. Mostly richly decorated. Some have inscription on the blade, mostly an “Ulfberht” inscription”, supposed to be made by master blacksmiths in French areas. Found all over Scandinavia.