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..
Medieval Templar dagger including scabbard, blunt bladeThis beautiful medieval dagger has a spring steel blade that is forged right through to the pommel. The striking edges are not sharpened and the tip is rounded.The straight crossguard is made of steel and the leather-wrapped grip ends with a str..
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..
Honshu training broadswordHaving a quality and safe sword to practice your skills with is of the utmost importance!You shouldn't have to worry about safety as you work towards becoming a master of the sword.This practice sword is made from the highest quality polypropylene available on the market.Mo..
Turkish Ottoman Scimitar with ScabbardThe scimitar is a saber of Near Eastern origin. With its deeply curved blade, the beautiful piece revives the battles between these Orientals, known as Saracens, and the European crusaders.This scimitar has a classic, curved blade made of EN45 spring steel, whic..
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 with bronze hiltThis Viking sword, which has the typical appearance of a Type D Viking sword (according to Jan Petersen's 1919 classification De Norsk Vikingesverd), is a replica of a find that came from the Scottish island of Eigg.This Viking sword has a blunt, double-edged carbon stee..
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). ..