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..
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..
Scottish Targe from the Battle of CullodenThis Scottish Targe is really a piece of history! 1745/46 during the Jacobite uprising, a William Lindsay who was a shieldwright in Perth, Scotland, made hundreds of targes for the army of Charles Edward Stuart. He made a distinction in price between an offi..
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 ..
Claymore (from the Gaelic "Claidheamoh-mor") means large sword and is referred to the great sword with cross-hilt used in the Scottish Highlands from the end of the XVth century to the beginning of the XVIIth century. The double-edged blade has a romboidal section because without fuller and is mount..
Claymore, a term derived from the Gaelic "Claidheamoh-mor," meaning big sword hilt with cross arm and a diamond shape placed at an acute angle to the blade wide, straight, ending in a double-edged and clover.
Pinned solid grip and the tubular section with apple-shaped wheel. Used in the Highlands of..