A monogram is a motif made by overlapping or combining two or more letters or other graphemes to form one symbol. Monograms are often made by combining the initials of an individual, used as recognizable symbols or logos. VC is the monogram of VALTER CASINI.
A swordsman strikes an opponent or other object with a mighty blow, almost always on a diagonal — from shoulder to opposite hip if the target is human(oid). For a moment, nothing appears to happen. A few seconds later, though, the top half of the object begins to slide off the bottom half: through great strength, great skill, the legendary virtues of the sword, or a healthy dose of Applied Phlebotinum, the sword has made a cut so clean that the object stays together until acted upon by an outside force, such as gravity, a gust of wind, or the victim trying to use their body normally. The initial seam created by the cut might not even be visible to the the naked eye: if it’s a person their clothes may look intact, and the wound will not start to bleed until it’s revealed to the audience
Made in Italy
50% cotton, 50% modal, 110 gr sm
raw edge finishings