The seax, or sax, was universal in Northern Europe. Carried and used by the Saxons, Angles, Vikings, and German tribes, its use probably dated before the fall of Rome and continued on into the early Middle Ages.
We have named this new fantasy sword for the fierce prehistoric predator. The pommel is in the form of its deadly claw, but of course, the long curving blade is the real force of this beast. It includes a scabbard.
The deeply curved blade of the Saracen Scimitar recalls battles between the Saracen and Crusader. This sword originated in Southwest Asia and became widespread by the time of the Ottoman period.
Our single-hand Marshall Damascus Sword sets new standards of quality and authenticity in broadsword construction. The sword is based on an original, now in a British museum, used by Sir William Marshall.
Early Viking swords were forged from layers of iron interwoven with strands of steel to produce a very tough sword. This is a beautiful reproduction of an actual artifact found in Finland, fit for any Viking warrior.
You would be hard pressed to find a more versatile or effective sword than this bastard sword. Known also as a Hand and a Half Sword, this weapon is the epitome of rugged design that is brutally effective yet effortless in its look.
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The long and wide fuller on this blade lightens the overall sword and makes it possible to deliver fast and shearing cuts capable of cutting through the mail and padding that were worn during the period.
Made from high carbon steel, the sword is a beautifully balanced and highly effective weapon. Capable of both cutting and thrusting, it is also a delight to the eye. Pommel and guard are tastefully decorated with copper.
A forerunner of many long parrying daggers of later years, the poignards long reach made it very effective. It saw much use in its own day as a backup weapon and defensive dagger on the battlefield.
The archers primary weapon was the bow and arrow, but what did an archer turn to when the enemy tried to engage the archer in melee combat? In such a situation, the archer typically favored a short sword, just like this Archers Sword.
Every warrior needs a good dagger. They are light, exceedingly useful, and make a great last-defense weapon. So arm yourself with this Warrior Dagger. It is everything a warrior needs in a dagger without ostentatious extra designs.
This Henry V Sword does exemplify attributes of a knightly sword of the highest quality. It has superb balance, making it an exceptional fighting sword, and offering an excellent control of point for thrusting.
The Tinker Pearce Sharp Bastard Sword with Fuller with is an Oakeshott Type XVIIA piece. The sharp blade is diamond-sectioned throughout its length and fullered for about one third of its length.
The Medieval Dagger features a polished tempered stainless steel blade. The Medieval Dagger comes with a scabbard wrapped in faux leather that has an antique pewter finish at the throat and tip. It has a pewter pommel and guard.
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The Knight Riding sword features a fuller running two-thirds the length of the blade. The crossguard and pommel are solid steel, polished and fitted onto a full tang that is peened at top of the pommel for strength and durability.
Our medieval lion crest sword is an exclusive design featuring a regal rampant lion symbolizing courage and strength, carved into the solid brass pommel. The blade of the Lion Crest sword has fullers running down most of the blade.
Our single-hand Marshall Sword sets new standards of quality and authenticity in broadsword construction. The sword is based on an original, now in a British museum, used by one of the finest knights of England, Sir William Marshall.
The Medieval Ring Dagger features a polished, tempered stainless steel blade. The Medieval Ring Dagger comes with a scabbard wrapped in faux leather that has a cast metal antique pewter finish at the throat and tip.
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The Damascus Bowie features a stag horn handle and comes with a hand stitched leather sheath. The Damascus Bowie has an overall length of 11 inches and has a hand forged Damascus blade each with its own unique pattern.
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The Tinker Pearce Sharp Early Medieval Sword is a single-hand Oakeshott Type XII piece. The sharp blade is fullered for about two thirds of its length with a flattened diamond section out towards the tip.
This Tinker Pearce Sharp Bastard Sword is based on the Oakeshott Type XVIIIA and is designed to perform identically in the hand to the blunt version. The sharp blade is diamond-sectioned throughout its length.
The Damascus Bowie features a horn handle with brass spacers and comes with a hand stitched leather sheath. The Damascus Bowie has an overall length of 14.75 inches and has a hand forged Damascus blade each with its own unique pattern.
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This blade might seem like something straight out of fantasy, but the Ranger Battle Sword was designed to be as functional and battle-ready as it is visually appealing with its simple elegance and high carbon steel construction.
Gladius Medieval daggers like the Black Prince Dagger with Scabbard have 440C stainless steel blades that are fully tempered, but they are primarily intended for use as collectibles and decorative pieces with their eye-catching details.
The Medieval Lancelot Dagger features a polished, tempered stainless steel blade. The Medieval Lancelot Dagger comes with a scabbard wrapped in faux leather that has a cast metal antique brass finish at the throat and tip.
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Every Hand and a Half Dagger reflects the highest standards in workmanship and comes fully sharpened and ready for battle. Scaled down in size and almost identical in appearance, the Hand and a Half Dagger offers a 13 inch long blade.
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Modeled after the typical Viking sword, this blade is a weapon fit for a Viking leader or warlord. Historical in its design, the Chieftain's Viking Sword with Scabbard is a straight-forward blade that was designed for battle.
For the times when a sword could not be carried, a knight could always depend on having his Arming Dagger with Scabbard close at hand. Like its cousin, this dagger excels in combat, featuring a shape that is designed to be versatile.
Though knights often used swords, polearms, and long-ranged weapons, a dagger could come in handy as a weapon for stabbing and thrusting. The Chevalier Dagger features a unique squared-off pommel and curved crossguard.
Daggers serve as secondary or tertiary weapons, differing from knives with their expert ability to stab and thrust. The 14th Century Dagger makes a stylish example of a functional, historical dagger.
Parrying daggers gained popularity from the Middle Ages to the early Renaissance and often were used in conjunction with a single-handed sword. The Saxon Parrying Dagger recreates one of these historical weapons.
Daggers often serve as a secondary defense weapon for close combat, used most frequently to stab or thrust. The Hammer Head Dagger features a slightly extended pommel that reinforces the grip of your hand.
In a style reminiscent of tools used by the ancient Celts, the Large Glen Celtic Knife with Sheath features a functional, rustproof blade made of stainless steel. Included with this knife is its own hardened leather sheath.
Made of rustproof stainless steel, the Medium Glen Celtic Knife with Sheath is a historic tool inspired by the ancient ring knives of the Celts. Featuring a thick, curved blade, this knife comes with a hardened leather sheath.
The Small Glen Celtic Knife with Sheath features a thick, slightly curved blade, making it a useful tool for both chopping and slicing. Small enough for use as a pocket knife, this blade comes with its own hardened leather sheath.