Champagne Sword in Wooden Box (French Napoleonic Briquet Sabre)A short-bladed sabre of French origin, the so-called briquet was introduced in the late 18th century and became one of the most popular infantry swords of the Napoleonic era.The briquet (French for flint stone, fire striker or fire light..
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 ..
Small sword of the late eighteenth century, widely adopted by the various regiments of the French army since 1800 through the work of General Gassendi.
Slightly curved steel blade with a wire and tip.
Gold plated hilt zone composed of curved handle and cord wrap-around deck pretending to protect the..
Templar Dagger with Leather ScabbardThis decorative Knights Templar dagger features an EN45 spring steel blade with a wide fuller. The edges are not sharpened and the blade's full tang is threaded to the pommel. The wooden core grip is elaborately bound in braided brown leather. The cross guard and ..
Scottish sword with a wide blade and hilt caged.
Appearance in the seventeenth century, became the weapon of choice by the people of the Highlands during the next two centuries, accompanying the Scottish warriors in their last attempts to remain independent from England.
Wide blade with steel wires ..
Medieval-style dagger made of cast metal, inspired by Arthur of Britain. The hilt has disc-shaped knob, tapered handle covered with steel cord and molded hilt with arms depicting gargoyles. The sheath is covered with imitation leather woven with strips of leather and metal tip and collar decorated i..
Half sword or dagger used in the fifteenth century as an extra weapon by infantry soldiers, archers and halberds in particular.
Its shape resembles exactly that of a sword, but smaller with a double-edged steel blade that ends in a very strong point and guard composed of straight arms brass-plated m..
Dagger or sword in half of the XIV century as an extra weapon by infantry soldiers, archers and halberds in particular.
Its shape resembles exactly that of a sword, but smaller with a double-edged steel blade that ends in a very strong point and guard composed of straight arms brass-plated metal, as..
Sabre typically used by buccaneers in the seventeenth and eighteenth century, made of cast metal, decorated with classic symbols of piracy as the skull and crossed swords on the collar of the sheath and the two crossed guns on the tip of the same.
The shell is engraved with a hand guard galleon tha..
Medieval Dagger of the fourteenth century. It features a double-edged steel blade with straight edges and points.
The hilt has straight arms and brass-plated metal, so as to drop the knob and handle clad in black leather.
Equipped with scabbard covered with leather and metal parts in metal.
Viking Dagger of the tenth century. Double edged wide blade tip and made of polished steel. Gold plated hilt with short arms bent towards the blade, decorated with runic carvings. Smooth tapered handle and pommel with Reed.
Total length 48 cm...
Dagger Medieval XII - XIV century. Made entirely of iron with a handle made of metal threads in plaits and cordelline in alternating bands.
Long blade, above the standard and sharp suits to hit peak, but also able to cut.
Total length 52 cm...