Bruce Sword, Medieval One-Hander with ScabbardNamed after Robert I of Scotland (1274-1329), commonly known as Robert the Bruce, this one-handed sword is not a reconstruction of this famous Scottish warrior's weapon but rather an homage to his great deeds and legacy. In 1314, after years of campaign ..
Ballinderry Ulfberht Sword, Viking Sword with Scabbard, 9th C. - Steel HiltBattle-Ready (Practical Blunt), SK-BThis beautiful, single-handed Viking Age sword is modeled on an bog find dated to the mid. 9th century and classified as a type "K" according to Petersen's typology of Viking swords. The or..
Ballinderry Ulfberht Sword, Viking Sword with Scabbard, 9th C. - Bronze HiltBattle-Ready (Practical Blunt), SK-BThis beautiful, single-handed Viking Age sword is modeled on an bog find dated to the mid. 9th century and classified as a type "K" according to Petersen's typology of Viking swords. The o..
Medieval Sword Scabbard with Belt, LeatherThis handsome sword scabbard is handmade from vegetable tanned, approx. 3 mm thick leather, and adorned with cross-stitches on the back. It is reinforced with an additional layer of leather at the tip and at the mouth. The opening is approx. 4.8 cm wide.The ..
High-Medieval Sword with Scabbard, practical bluntReplica of a high-medieval one-handed sword with a pommel is based upon the type of sword that was already used by the Normans during the Crusades.Made entirely by hand, the straight crossguard and the pommel are of heat-treated malleable..
Norman One-Handed Sword, practical blunt, SK-BIn the 10th century the Normans, direct successors of the Vikings put down roots in North France. Though now settled, in regard of bellicosity, courage and fortune of war, they were equal to their Norse forfathers. Hence it's not surprising that of all h..
Spanish Swept-Hilt Rapier with ScabbardThe rapier first appeared around 1500 and remained the sword of choice of the European gentry and bourgeoisie until the late 17th century. Primarily designed as a thrusting weapon (yet still quite efficient at cutting and slashing), this one-handed, usually dou..
Torino Rapier antiquedBased on models of 17th century swept-hilt rapiers of Italian ancestry, the Hanwei Torino Rapier exhibits the classic straight crossguard styling popular in this part of Europe. The rapier features classical lines, with a high-carbon steel flex-tempered blade, a stainless steel..
Viking Long Seax, Peterson Type G, with Leather ScabbardOwing to its overall length of 82 cm, this Viking Age sax knife or scramasax is rather to be classified as a sword. It features a single-edged, blunt EN45 spring steel blade with a thick spine and a pointed tip. The blade’s full tang is sturdil..
Viking Sword, Type Petersen D, Gnezdovo, C-2 Barrow, 10th C.This gorgeous, one-handed Viking Age sword is based upon a find discovered in 1950 on the archaeological complex of Gnёzdovo, near Smolensk, Russia, during the excavation of the C-2 burial mound. Dated between the 9th and 10th c., and class..
Viking Sword with Scabbard, 11th CenturyBattle-Ready (Practical Blunt), SK-BThe battle-ready single-handed sword we offer here is an interpretation of a Viking sword from the 11th century. This type of sword (Oakeshott Type X) represents the transition from the Viking sword to the medieval or knight..
AX OF RAGNAR - 66 CmSteel ax with wooden and leather handle, fitted with a wooden wall panel , Inspired by Ragnar Lothbrok's ax from the Vikings series.Ragnar Lothbrok is a mighty and legendary Viking hero, warrior, and explorer, king of Kattegat and founder of the house of Lothbrok.He is guided not..