Bastard sword with scabbard, for exhibition combat, SK-BLate medieval and renaissance swords that are longer than a one-handed sword are called bastard swords. Mostly they are swords with one and a half hands.This battle-ready reconstruction is made exclusively by hand. The straight, twisted crossgu..
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..
Hand and a half sword, for light show combat, SK-CThe blade of this beautiful sword is made of high-quality carbon steel, forged through to the pommel and double-bolted at the end of the handle. The grip has a blue leather wrapping. Hand-forged carbon steel crossguard.This sword is ideal for beginne..
Irish gallowglass two-handed sword with ring pommel, 16th centuryThis two-handed sword was modeled on the mighty swords of the elite Irish mercenaries of Scottish descent known as gallowglass (also galloglass or galloglas - an Anglicisation of the Gaelic gallóglaigh / gallóglach, literally meaning "..
Late medieval Oakeshott type XIV one-handed sword with copper pommel,incl. scabbard, suitable for exhibition fights, SK-BThis beautiful one-handed sword is a replica of a remarkably well-preserved 14th-century original, classified as Type XIV on the Oakeshott typology, and housed in the Metropolitan..
Medieval crusader sword with scabbard, battle sword SK-BReplica of a high medieval one-handed sword with a typical disc pommel, which has a stepped edge in the shape of a teardrop. This type of sword was already used by the Normans and shortly afterwards was used in the Crusades to liberate the Holy..
Late medieval Oakeshott type XIV one-handed sword with steel pommel,incl. scabbard, suitable for exhibition fights, SK-BThis beautiful one-handed sword is a replica of a remarkably well-preserved 14th-century original, classified as Type XIV on the Oakeshott typology, and housed in the Metropolitan ..
Medieval one-handed sword Oakeshott type XIIa with scabbard, 13th centurySuitable for show fights, SK-BThis beautiful one-handed sword is based on a sword that is attributed to Konrad von Thuringia, Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights from 1239 to 1240. The original piece, classified as Type XIIa a..
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 ..
Late medieval longsword with scabbard, 15th century - National Museum Zurich, SwitzerlandSuitable for show fights, SK-BThis beautiful two-handed sword is a replica of a late medieval longsword from around 1450-1460, classified as Type XVa according to the Oakeshott typology and can be admired in 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..