Scimitar from the first half of the eighteenth century.
The curved blade, a cutting edge, decorated with oriental arabesques and symbols, is made of steel.
The handle ends in a brass-plated metal knob-headed dragon, while the guard is curved in the form of carved griffin serpiforme.
Total length 90 ..
Scottish Templar sword, with scabbardThis decorative Knights Templar one-handed sword has a double-edged blade made of EN45 spring steel with a wide, long fuller. The cutting edges of this one-handed sword are not sharpened. The end-to-end blade tang is riveted to the pommel and the handle with a wo..
Stocco of the fifteenth century, most probably of English origin, produced according to the original kept at the Wallace Collection in Scotland.
Known as the "Shrewsbury" from the name of the place where in 1403 King Henry IV defeated the rebel barons led by Sir Henry Percy. It has the typical s..
Reproduction of a Templar Armor, incorporates the 15th century models, recalling the symbolism of the Templars, both in the pentolare helmet generally used by the Crusaders in the Holy Land and in the decorations of the helmet breastplate full of crosses and symbols templars. This Templar Armor..
Was depicted as the seal of the Templars, a horse ridden by two riders who stood for the initial poverty of the riders who were forced to go two on one horse and the universal duality of things, which draws their own ideal, ie peaceful coexistence in the Holy Land Christian and Islamic culture.
Thigh boots soft leather boots long boots to the thigh soft leather with turn-in mutton. boots with brass buckles and rubber sole to prevent slipping.
Barbarian boots with round toe (as shown in the picture) or with slight triangular tip (as shown in high boots).
Materials: Soft brown or bla..
Two-Handed Scottish Claymore Sword, 16th Century, without ScabbardThis two-handed Claymore (derived from the Scottish Gaelic word claidheamh-mòr, which simply translates to “great sword”) is patterned after the impressive, double-edged longswords wielded by Scotland’s famous Highlanders during inter..
Viking Sword from Dybäck with Scabbard, 11th c., Tempered bladeThis gorgeous, single-handed Viking sword is based upon an archaeological piece found around 1870 in a peat bog in Dybäck - also spelled Dyback, Dybek or Dybeck, Scania (Skåne, a part of Denmark during the Viking Age, now Sweden). The or..
Viking Sword from Dybäck with Scabbard, 11th c., Damascus Steel BladeThis gorgeous, single-handed Viking sword is based upon an archaeological piece found around 1870 in a peat bog in Dybäck - also spelled Dyback, Dybek or Dybeck, Scania (Skåne, a part of Denmark during the Viking Age, now Sweden). ..
Spanish armor from the XVI century, built on the model of those belonging to Charles V and Philip II today part of the collection of the Real Armeria in Madrid. The armor is made of polished steel, characterized by carvings of floral motifs in gold over most of the particularly wealthy region.Equipp..