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Darksword Armory

Fantasy Leg Armor
The fantasy leg armor, comprising of one of the most complex design Darksword Armory have created to date, is made of 12 interlocking fully articulated parts to create a stunning medieval armor. The leg armor is made of 16 g steel and fully functional for reenactment combat. With suspension and adjusting straps are fitted to the leg armor. These are fully articulate, allowing full mobility.

€469.00*

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Norman WMA Reenactment Medieval Sword
Darksword Armory’s Re-enactment & Stage weapons are specifically made for Western Martial Arts (HEMA/WMA) practitioners and theatrical groups. The HEMA Norman sword is made, following the requirements and guidelines of the “Battle of the Nations”, with sturdy 2mm edge and slightly rounded tips for safety. Responsive, safe and sturdy, our staff has produced these complex and functional designs, able to withstanding the most abusive treatment. Details 5160 High Carbon Steel Fittings : Mild Steel Blade Thickness: 2 mm edge Total Length: 37.5″ Blade Length : 31.5″ Weight: 2 lbs 8 oz.

€499.00*

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Viking Helmet
Viking Helmet, with leather liner. Made of 14g steel. The viking sword is legal for all reenactment combat groups. One of the newest Medieval Armor pieces of Darksword Armory.

€349.00*

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The Norman
The Normans (also called Northmen or Norsemen) were the decendants of the Scandinavian Vikings who raided the European coastal settlements at the outset of the 8th century. Despite the Norman's conversion to Christianity and their adoption of Frankish way of life, the Normans retained many of the traits of their Germanic ancestors. This weapon is historically bound to the Normans because of its frequent appearance in the Bayeux Tapestry: an embroidery that depicts the Norman Conquest. The Norman, classified as type XI by Oakeshott's typology, is fitted with a wheel pommel and straight guard. The diamond shape blade is extremely well balanced, making this one of the lightest and most maneuverable Medieval swords for cut and thrust swordplay. This sword comes with a matching scabbard. This sword comes with a scabbard. Specifications Total length: 88.9 cm Blade length: 71.12 cm Blade width at base: 5.08 cm Weight: 1.07 kg Steel 5160 Point of balance : 12,7cm Dual Tempered HRc 60, 48-50 at the core Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€739.00*

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William Wallace Sword
One Darksword staff on a trip to Scotland in the early 2000’s was chatting with a local in an Edinburgh pub, the local expounding at length all the problems the film had – but when asked if they’d actually seen the film, the replied, “Oh aye, I’ve seen it six times.” Clearly, a film that caused significant cultural impact. One of the most recognizable features of the Braveheart film is the sword wielded by William Wallace. Almost a fantasy version of a Scottish claymore, it is utterly unique among both film swords and historically inspired replicas. A long, double edge blade is married to a cruciform hilt and long handle for extra torque when swinging, and a traditional Claymore ball pommel completes the fittings – however, it is the ricasso that truly stands out. Unlike other swords of this type the William Wallace Claymore has a leather-wrapped ricasso, creating a comfortable place for a fighter to shorten up their grip for close-range work. Fans of the film, and fans of Scottish history, can both appreciate the impact that Braveheart has had on popular culture – and this sword was a part of that impact. Like the movie itself, it may not be historical – but it is inspired. It may not have been carried by heroes in the past, but it is representative of the swords they would have carried – an idealized weapon for an idolized character in film history. Hand forged from 5160 High Carbon Steel Differential Hardened at a Rockwell of 60 at the Edge; 48-50 at the core. Fittings: Mild Steel Handle: Leather Wrapped Dark Brown Total length: 50″ Blade length: 39″ Blade width at base: 2″ Weight: 4 lbs 5 oz POB: 6″

€789.01*

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The Guardlan Elite Sword
Limited Edition Elite Series SwordsDarksword Armory’s Elite Series swords are individually hand forged, following the strictest guidelines. The Damascus steel blades, guards and pommels are made with a blend of 1095, 5160, L-6 and O1 steel, giving a stunning contrast to the folded steel layering.Darksword Armory Elite models are limited to 100 swords worldwide ! Once sold, we will not be making other examples of the same model. Each sword comes with a scabbard, interlaced sword belt and an Elite Series numbered certificate stamped with the “Darksword Elite” Wax seal. Each certificate is individually signed by Eyal Azerad, owning founder of Darksword Armory Inc.We are confident that our Elite Series swords will impress even the most discriminating collector.TheGuardlan Viking Sword is a blend of history and modern design. Taking its inspiration from Norse culture, this battle-ready sword is hand forged and fully functional. A unique two-handed version of a traditional Viking design, the broad blade is significantly longer than our single-handed designs. The extra heft of the sword would be absolutely devastating in battle, capable of broad slashes that could cut down a warrior in his prime – or sweep an attacker from horseback. Details: Total Length: 39.5″ Blade Length : 30″ Grip Length: 8″ POB: 4.5″ Weight: 2 lbs 7 oz

€2,998.99*

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The Nomad
Rangers are a fantasy character 'archetype,' idealized warriors who fight with honour and have a deep and abiding respect for nature. From Strider and the Dunedain Rangers in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings novels to Drizzt Do'Urden in the Forgotten Realms books, Rangers are one of the most popular characters in fantasy fiction and role-playing games. Frequently depicted as the "lone warrior" character fighting in the shadows against evil, Rangers fight with sword, knife and bow, and are talented in all manner of wilderness and tracking skills. Friend of elves and other mystical creatures, they have a tendency to wander the land alone in search of injustice. Hence the name of this Ranger-inspired weapon: 'The Nomad.' Details: Weight: approx. 1589 g Overall Length: approx. 107 cm Blade Length: approx. 76 cm Blade width at base: approx. 3.8 cm POB: approx. 2.5 cm from Guard Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€799.00*

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5 lobe Viking Medieval sword
The British Museum in London. 800-950 AD One of the most coveted medieval weapons among medieval sword collectors is the Viking medieval sword. Given the multitude of Viking battle ready swords on the market, one wonders whether the market is saturated. Many reproductions however, play into the stereotype of Viking battle ready swords as little more than long cleavers - heavy, brutish weapons wielded by a brutal people. These reproductions fail to capture the spirit or “function” of the Viking medieval sword as an important step in the evolution of the European medieval sword, from earlier Romanesque styles to the arming battle ready swords of medieval times. The most authoritive typology of the Viking battle ready sword was written by Dr. Jan Peterson in 1919. Focusing on variations in pommel and guards to formulate a 26 category scheme, Jan Perterson created a typological reference to determine the date of each sub type. The five lobed Viking battle sword is the quintessential Norse weapon during the Viking age. The blade has the distinctive wide fuller and spatulate tip, typical of designs from the Viking era. While using a Type 4 blade from the Geibig Typology, Darksword Armory fitted the five lobe Viking medieval sword with an extended handle that is long enough for both "hammer" and "handshake" grip. The type 4 blade, found from the mid-tenth century through the mid-eleventh century, features a slight taper and a fuller which extends the blade’s full length. DA carefully crafted this Viking medieval sword to reflect the Norse cultural and artistic heritage. Exceptional tools of war, the Viking medieval swords also attest to the Viking culture’s keen interest in art and aesthetic beauty. The Viking battle ready sword features a 30 inch blade, forged with 5160 High Carbon Steel and Dual Tempered HRc 60 and 48-50 at the core. Details: Overall Length: approx. 91.4 cm Blade Length: approx. 76.2 cm Blade Material: 5160 Carbon Steel HRC: 60 Weight: approx. 993 g Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€999.00*

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Norman Dagger
The Normans (also called Northmen or Norsemen) were Scandinavian Vikings who raided the European coastal settlements during the 8th century. Despite their eventual conversion to Christianity and their adoption of Frankish cavalry warfare, the Normans retained many of the traits of their Germanic ancestors. The Norman dagger is the companion to our Norman sword. This sword comes with a scabbard. Details Overall length: 41,91 cm Blade Length: 28 cm

€239.00*

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The Waylander
The Waylander, inspired by the classic fantasy novel, is based on the battle ready swords of the 14th century. The tapered blade, dawned with a ¾ length fuller, offers an excellent point of balance (P.O.B) to this one handed medieval sword. Whereas the sword has the traditional Norman wheel pommel, the guard, being inspirational in nature rather than historical, gives the medieval sword it’s character and essence. Darksword Armorys inspiration for this piece, was the David Gemmell’s Waylander series, a gripping tale of magic, battles and revenge. Waylander is an assassin with a tortured past, having spent nearly two decades tracking down and killing the murderers who killed his beloved family, and now works as a blade-for-hire of unparalleled skill. As the books begin the land of the Drenai is in peril; the king has been murdered and invaders have come to wipe the Drenai people off the face of the earth. Their only hope is the assassin Waylander, but how can that be when their savior is also the man who betrayed and murdered his king? The "Waylander" battle ready sword is inspired by the spirit of the anti-hero Waylander. The blade is reminiscent of a standard arming medieval sword design, straight and double edged with a single fuller. The wheel pommel is recognizable on many classic pieces as well. What sets this battle ready sword apart is the unique guard - a fierce, claw-like design that is evocative of the darkness that covers Waylander's life and heart. The design is finished by a brown leather that forms the grip and covers the handmade wood core scabbard. Details: Overall Length: approx. 88.9 cm Blade Length: approx. 71.1 cm Blade Width: approx. 5 cm POB: approx. 8.9 cm Weight: approx. 1078 g Differential Hardened at a Rockwell of 60 at the Edge; 48-50 at the core. Please note: The sword only has the scabbard, the belt is not included but can be ordered with an additional cost. Please contact us for the belt by email.

€749.00*

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“The Fiore” German Main-Gauche Parrying Dagger
Parrying daggers are a mainstay of European Renaissance fencing. Held in the off hand, the parrying dagger (or “main gauche”) allowed duelists to fight two handed against each other. Skilled fencers would use the parrying dagger in conjunction with a rapier for maximum effect. As these daggers were as much a part of a gentleman’s daily costume as they were for self defence they were often beautifully decorated as well as skillfully made. This design is based on a surviving late 16th, early 17th German example currently located in the Leeds Museum. It is named for master Italian fencer Fiore dei Libiri, author of Fior di Battaglia and Trattato della scherma. Details: Blade: 5160 High Carbon Steel Total length: 17″ Blade : 11″ weight: 1 lb 3 oz

€429.00*

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The Skald Norse Sword
History was not always written by the victor; for countless generations before literacy was humanity’s primary method of passing on our lore, we maintained our history through oral traditions. Songs, epic poems, and stories memorized by rote were our only way to maintain tradition and teach future generations where we had come from. In most cultures, elders would maintain knowledge of the past and pass it on to the future; this task fell to the specially appointed office of the skald. Much like bards in Celtic cultures, the Norse skalds were responsible for memorizing and sharing poems, stories, history, literature, and tales of gods and heroes. More than simply memorization and repetition, a skald was expected to entertain and enrich the lives of the listeners, especially during long winters when writing parties were forced to stay at home and many state indoors for days or weeks on end. To do so, they employed certain styles of verse, composition, and complex figurative language motifs known as kennings to stick in their listener’s minds and inspire repetition and memorization. This led to skalds becoming highly prized members of Viking courts, attending to the kings of Norway and other Nordic countries by the 9th century. During this time, the role of the skald expanded to include creating poetry and spinning tales of their patrons’ greatness, battle prowess, or other heroic deeds. These could often be heavily exaggerated, even hyperbolic, as the Kings and nobles had a vested interest in being portrayed in a positive light to their subjects. However, this also led to skalds developing fearsome reputations among the lords – multiple examples exist of skulls composing sarcastic, defiant, even embarrassing prose that could negatively impact the reputations even of the very wealthy and powerful. Of course, this became even more of an issue when in the 10th-11th centuries, skalds increasingly began to write down their works for future generations. Written works of the Nordic skalds are of such quantity and quality that they surely represent the tip of the iceberg for what must have once existed. In addition to Eddic poetry (another form of Nordic verse), skaldic poems survive in more than 700 manuscripts, many of whom have authors known to modern historians. The names of hundreds of skalds are known over a period of more than four centuries, preserved in their writings and in later lists collected by authors as late as the 13th century. Some of these names include: Bragi Boddason, known as Bragi the Old Einarr Helgason, known as skálaglamm (“tinkle-scales”) Gunnlaugr Ormstunga, known as “Wormtongue” for his biting sarcasm Thjódólf of Hvinir Among many others. The surviving collections of poems and tales, detailing the Viking history and the names and deeds of the gods and other mythological figures, have been gathered in specific manuscripts such as the Prose Edda. Due to the advent of Christianity in the Nordic countries, though, the office of the skald slowly transitioned towards Christian stories and mythology, resulting in the dying out of the scholarship traditions sometime between the years 1400 and the 16th century. Inspired by the skalds and the great deeds they spoke of, the Darksword Armory Skald is a minimalist Viking sword design executed with precision and grace. A brown leather handle is bookended by an unadorned, curved crossguard of the type typically seen on early Type X swords on one end; on the other, a classic five-lobed pommel caps the design. Both of these deceptively plain-looking pieces of hilt furniture reveal themselves as works of art to those who can appreciate a simple concept executed well, and are polished to a mirror finish. The handle itself is wrapped without stitching, creating a slip resistant grip without the danger of chafing brought about by a rough seam. Gloves will not be necessary to wield this sword for extended periods. The most unique feature of the skald is its blade. The broad base tapers aggressively toward the tip, resulting in a point of balance close enough to the hilt that the sword fairly springs into action when put through its paces. Two features unique to this blade set it aside from the average Viking sword: first, the tip is sharply terminated rather than spatulate; second, two fullers, not one, run the length of the blade. The stiff spine between the fullers lend strength and stability to the blade, promising a resilient weapon that would survive many seasons of campaigning or raiding. The Darksword Armory Skald is a Viking sword worthy of any subject of an epic poem, and we hope that your adventures with it will be worthy of legend and song. SPECS of the Skald Norse sword: Blade: 5160 High Carbon Steel. Dual Tempered HRc 60 48-50 at the core Fittings : Mild Steel Total Length: 38″ Blade Length : 32″ Weight: 2 lbs. 11 oz. Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€999.00*

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German Gothic Sallet
The Gothic Sallet is one of the most interesting, complex and intelligently designed medieval armor helmets of the later part of the Middle Ages. Gothic Armors were designed to imitate the pleated clothing that was considered fashionable in Europe at the time. The Gothic Sallet is forged with 14 g steel and fully lined (leather). The leather liner is adjustable and also includes a chin strap. It will fit a crown of up to 24 inches.

€499.00*

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The Olbrecht German Sword
Based on the Type XX German Longswords of 16th century, the Olbrecht is a true warsword. A late evolution of the medieval sword, the Type XX’s broad, refined blade is designed to effect powerful strokes with devastating results. Twin fullers give the blade a unique design while both adding strength and reducing weight. Like many Renaissance two-handed warswords the handle is long and designed to provide adequate leverage for heavy blows. A scentstopper pommel (common to the Type XX) and long, slightly curved guard complete the weapon. While some of the larger two-handed swords of Type XX style were decorative in purpose, the Olbrecht is a true battle-ready sword – even if there are no longer battles for it to fight. SPECS: Total Length : 49.5” Blade Length: 36” grip: 10″ Blade Width: 2 1/16” Crossguard Length: 10” Guard Depth: 7/8” Weight: 3lbs 11oz. Blade Material 5160 High carbon steel Pommel Material: C-24 mild steel P.O.B.: 4 ¾” Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€999.00*

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Henry V Dagger
This is the companion dagger to the Henry The Vth Sword. The blade is made of 1060 High Carbon steel and tempered to a Rockwell of 53. The handle is made of wood covered in black leather. Polished blade and pommel. The dagger comes with an interlaced scabbard. Details: Overall Length: approx. 44.5 cm Blade Length: approx. 30.5 cm Blade Material: 1060 High Carbon Steel Handle Material: Wood covered in leather HRC: 53 Weight: approx. 511 g Please note: The dagger only has the scabbard, the belt is not included but can be ordered with an additional cost. Please contact us for the belt by email.

€239.00*

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The Squire Medieval Dagger
The process of becoming a knight has been depicted in fiction and pop culture many times. Most people in Western culture who have been exposed, even tangentially, to historical fiction are aware that a knight follows a code of honor, and may even know its name: Chivalry. Most people are probably aware that knights wear full plate armor to ride into battle or the joust. They would also be aware that knights we not born, but made, in a ceremony involving a sword being tapped on their shoulders – and some may even know that before knights undergo this ceremony, they are known as something else – squires.The process to become a knight was this: a noble-born boy, younger than 10 years old, would be put into service learning manners, etiquette, art, weapons, and about the essential duties of knights in society. At a certain age – usually 13 or 14 – the age would graduate to become a squire, or a knight-in-training. The squire would be apprenticed to a knight, and at this point their true training would begin. The squire would help the knight care for his armor, horse, and weapons, wait on their personal needs, and generally support them as staff on a daily basis. The knight, in turn, would train the squire in the arts of war needed to be an effective combatant on the battlefield. In fact, some squires would even accompany their knights into battle, defending them and learning to wage war in the most hands-on way possible. And, when they were ready, the squire would take his final step toward becoming a knight.The Accolade – that holy ceremony in which a young man died to their old self and was “reborn” symbolically as a knight – was a revered coming-of-age ceremony in the Middle Ages. The ceremony itself was relatively simple: at the age of 21 a squire would undergo a ritual cleanse on the eve of his knighting ceremony, then stay awake the entire night in a prayer vigil. In the morning, the squire would take his vows of obedience to his lord and to the Church, and he would arise from his knees a knight. The knight would go on to act in service, to display courtesy to ladies, and to be a force for good in the world for decades to come (at least, this was the ideal). As long as the knight was alive, though, he would always remember the squire he had once been.The Squire dagger, companion to the Squire Sword, is designed with those apprentice knights in mind. A mid-length, double-edged blade crafted from tempered 5160 spring steel provides a durable and resilient striking edge. The blade has a 3/4 length fuller. The simple, curved guard sets this dagger apart from the standard cruciform hilt sword, and the wheel pommel is a classic design. What sets this dagger apart, is its handling. Weighing 1 lbs, the Squire is a startlingly fast and responsive dagger. In the hands of a growing apprentice knight, the Squire would be a suitable training or combat weapon; in your hands, it would be a lively dagger that begs to be put through its paces.Being specifically designed for close quarter combat, the Squire handles beautifully. It is a very responsive sword that feels “alive” and light in the hand. Easily wieldable even in novice hands, the Squire dagger’s characteristics make it a medieval weapon of choice for all collectors. The dagger is perfectly balance for swift movement and powerful delivery in both cut and thrust motions.While historically made for the noble elites, the Squire is perfect for beginner and advanced students of the sword. The Crusader dagger is a light, responsive and enjoyable dagger to handle while being resilient enough to withstand actual use in combat. Specs 5160 High Carbon Steel Dual hardened tempered to a Rockwell of 53 Total length: 17″ Blade length: 12″ Handle length: 3 1/4″ Blade width at base: 1 1/2″ Weight: 1lbs 0oz

€389.00*

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The Medieval Knight
1275-1340 AD, Type XIV blade. Found in The Royal Armouries, Leeds. The Medieval Knight sword is the quintessential Type XIV battle ready sword, according to Oakeshott's typology. Swords of this type are described as being relatively short in blade and hilt, with a strong blade taper and sharply pointed blade (E. Oakeshott: "The Sword in the Age of Chivalry" p.51 ). The blade of a Type XIV medieval sword is said to normally be flat, possibly of diamond shaped blade with a fuller in the upper half. The Medieval swords of the 14th. c. typically follows this pattern. The smooth quillions and blade reflect both design and taste of the late medieval period, eventually giving way to the gothic era. The detailed handle and curved guard indicates the early artistic influences, eventually explored during the gothic period. Examples of this type of battle ready sword are displayed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Royal Armouries , Leeds. Another type XIV medieval sword is also on display at the Musée de l'Armée; an example which Oakeshott described as being "nearly perfect". The Medieval Knight sword is forged with 1060 High Carbon Steel and beautifully set with a deep 3/4 length fuller. The richly detailed handle is made of wood, wrapped in high grade leather. The Knight Medieval sword remains the favorite piece of the manufacturer´s crew. Not only for its clean fluid artistic lines and simplicity, but for its exceptional handling characteristics. This battle ready sword is quick, responsive and allows exceptional mobility in close quarter combat. Details: Overall Length: approx. 88.9 cm Blade Length: approx. 71 cm Blade Width at base: approx. 5 cm Blade Material: 1060 High Carbon Steel Handle Material: Wood Weight: approx. 1042 g Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€869.00*

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The Black Death Gothic Sword
The Black Death Medieval Sword Inspirational, Type XVIIIa blade. The Black Death Gothic battle ready Sword was another interesting project to work on. Inspired by Type XVIIIa blades of the fifteenth century, and characteristics of Darksword Armorys Gothic Two Handed Sword ; The Black Death follows the typical gothic patterns of the battle ready swords of the later part of medieval period. With a stern focus on aesthetics, the medieval swords of the 15th. Century displayed richly detailed pommels and guards, boasting the individual smith’s talent as well as the owners social and military rank. As the growing full plated armor developed, the swords of late medieval period changed with the trend. The long gothic blade profile was developed to piece various openings of the platted armor. Details: Overall Length: approx. 129.5 cm Blade Length: approx. 99 cm Blade Width at base: approx. 5 cm Blade Material: 1060 High Carbon Steel Weight: approx. 1560.5 g Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€799.00*

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The Sword of Bannockburn
Most North Americans were introduced to the character of Robert the Bruce, King Scotland (1306-1329), to the 20th century film Braveheart, a film which remains controversial in Scotland due to its historical “liberties”. The aspect of the film most reviled by Scottish citizens is its portrayal of Robert the Bruce as coward, as someone who betrayed William Wallace, and as a Scottish traitor. In the film, only Wallace convinces Robert the Bruce to finally turn his strength against King Edward II. In reality, Robert the Bruce fought the English independently of Wallace for many years. However, the film ending on the decisive Battle of Bannockburn is at least appropriate, as Bannockburn was the location of one of Robert the Bruce’s greatest victories in the Wars for Scottish Independence. Robert the Bruce, born Robert the first in 1274 CE, was one of many claimants for the Scottish throne in the late 13th century. He and his family participated in campaigns against the English, including some alongside William Wallace. Prior to Wallace’s death in 1305, Robert the Bruce and many other Scottish nobles vied for their place in line for the throne. In 1306, Robert killed his rival John Comyn, swiftly seized the crown, and began a cut-and-thrust guerilla campaign against the English throughout Scottish territories. In 1310 Robert began a very successful campaign involving several major battles against the English. Edward II of England refuse to back down, though, and in 1314 sent an army of devastating size against Robert the Bruce’s much smaller force. The two armies would meet south of the city of Stirling close to the Bannockburn Stream, for a battle that would last two days – almost unheard of in medieval warfare. England sent over 20,000 men including knights and heavy infantry, which would make it the largest army to ever invaded Scotland. The Scottish forces were outnumbered three to one. On the first day of the battle, the English Advanced in order to retake the city of Stirling. The Scottish troops pushed the English across the river. Elsewhere, the heavily armed English – bogged down by their gear in the swampy marshland – suffered greatly and turned back to their camp in discouragement. In the early hours of the following morning, Robert the Bruce led his army in an assault against the English position. The English were in complete disarray, with smaller English parties being quickly surrounded and killed and numerous commanders being slain. The English cavalry being pinned against the banks of the river, and English archers inflicting casualties on friendly forces, thousands of English knights and soldiers were killed or captured, and Edward II barely escaped with his life. The Battle of Bannockburn was more than a single skirmish – it was a culmination of Robert the Bruce’s path to becoming king of an independent Scotland. This battle represented the Turning of the tide, and established Robert the Bruce not only as King of Scotland but as a hero. Details: Blade Material: 5160 High Carbon Steel. Blade length: 32.5″ Total length: 42.5″ Blade width at base: 2″ Weight: 3 lbs 3 oz

€1,139.00*

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Alexandria Dagger with Sheath
The Alexandria Dagger impresses with a total length of approximately 43.18 cm and a precise blade of about 27.94 cm made from high-quality 5160 carbon steel. Weighing only 0.45 kg, the balance is skillfully positioned at the guard, ensuring balanced handling. This dagger combines masterful craftsmanship with premium materials, and its elegant design makes it an impressive addition to any collection. Details: Blade: 5160 carbon steel Total Length: approximately 43.18 cm Blade Length: approximately 27.94 cm Weight: approximately 0.45 kg Point of Balance: at the guard

€390.00*

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The Anduril Sword
The Lord of the Rings Anduril sword is a recreation from the popular trilogy written by J.R,.R. Tolkien. The Anduril is hand Crafted with 5160 High Carbon steel, dual hardened to a Rockwell of 60 at the edge and 48-50 at the core. The beautifully detailed leather handle is accentuated by the unique pommel, making this one of the most recognized fantasy swords. The blade is forged with a deep full length fuller. Details: Blade: 5160 High Carbon Folded Steel. Dual Tempered HRc 60, 48-50 at the core Total Length: 48.5″ Blade Length : 36″ Blade Width: 2.3″ Weight: 5lbs 4 oz POB: 4″

€1,449.00*

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The Duke Sword
If you ask modern day sword collectors who the most famous and influential scholars of the medieval sword were, the typical answer you will get is Ewart Oakeshott (1916-2002). And it’s true – Oakeshott literally wrote the book on medieval sword types, and a whole system of classification (The Oakeshott Typology) is named after him. More advanced collectors may recognize the names Dr. Jan Peterson (1887-1967), who created a typology for classifying Viking swords, or Sir Robert Eric Mortimer Wheeler (1890-1976), who refined Peterson’s typology. Predating any of these scholars, however, is a man whose writing on medieval arms, armor, and architecture dwarfs many later historians’ bibliographies – though he is largely unrecognized by the modern sword collecting world.Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc was born in 1814 in Paris, France. He was an architect by trade, a brilliant one by all accounts, and an inspired artist and illustrator. While the architectural world knows Viollet-le-Duc as an architect, restorer of historical buildings and monuments (including considerable work on Notre-Dame Cathedral and many other famous landmarks), and as the first true theorist of modern architecture, he also wrote and illustrated some of the largest volumes in existence on the medieval sword.The volumes Viollet-le-Duc wrote are breathtaking in their scope and depth. His extensive writings cover not only descriptions of different medieval swords and armor but tracks and explains their evolution throughout history, and his stunning illustrations compliment his writing expertly. Unfortunately, as his works were not commonly translated into English, the largely-anglophone sword collecting population remains ignorant of these incredible volumes and Viollet-le-Duc’s influence on medieval scholarship. Some translations exist, but copies are notoriously hard to find and prohibitively expensive. In the English-speaking world, many of these works and completely unknown, and the incredible scholarship they contain can only be found by efforts of French-speaking individuals – such as us here at Darksword Armory.The Duke sword is inspired by an illustration in Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc medieval encyclopedia, a masterwork of exposition and illustration. A classic knightly sword, the Duke is designed to resemble the cruciform arming sword so often found in medieval art. The straight guard is expertly sculpted and subtle in its smooth lines. A double-edged, single-fullered blade departs slightly from Viollet-le-Duc’s illustration in that it has a less severe taper and termination. The pommel may appear to be a standard wheel-style pommel with peen block, but has in fact been made slightly oversized to counterbalance the blade. This brings the point-of-balance closer to the guard, resulting in a sword that is startlingly lively in the hand and that flows effortlessly from strike to guard. The Duke is one of our best attempts at recreating the knight’s arming sword, and we hope the great Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc would be proud of us.Hand forged from 5160 High Carbon SteelDifferential Hardened at a Rockwell of 60 at the Edge; 48-50 at the core. Fittings: Mild Steel Handle: Leather Wrapped Wood Core Total length: 40″ Blade length: 32″ Blade width at base: 2 1/8″ Grip Length: 5 inches Weight: 2 lbs 14 oz. POB: 5.5 inches Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€899.00*

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The Norman Medieval Sword
The First Crusade took place between 1096 and 1099. Led by the Roman Catholic church, under Pope Urban II, as a military expedition. The goal was to regain the holy lands lost to Muslims in the conquest of Levant (632-661 A.D.). The crusades started when Christians’ access to Jerusalem was cut off by the Seljuk Turks after the defeat of the Byzantine army. What followed were a series of crusades that ran for nearly two centuries (1096-1272). The last being led by Edward I. With the influence of the Catholic church, all men at arms were bound to use the cruciform sword, with its symbolic cross section, forever historically tied to the imagery of the Crusading Knights. The cruciform guard was imposed by the church to remind all soldiers of their Christian religion and the ‘greater’ purpose of the war. Ultimately the crusades led to the mass slaughter, rape and devastation on both sides.The Crusader sword, like many of its historical counterparts, is regarded as the quintessential sword of the crusading knight. Richly ceremonial due to its symbolic shape, the Cruciform swords of the Crusading period were designed with proportions of perfection of form and harmony. Some sources speak of “divine proportions”; a complex geometry which flowed to represent the harmony of nature. The formula of these ‘proportions’ were used to create ‘golden triangles’ and ‘golden rectangles’ which were commonly applied to architectural designs. In ‘The Noble art of the Sword’, Tobia Capwell wrote that the use of the ‘divine proportions’ led to the belief and acceptance that swords could have artistic merit beyond the notion of ‘practicality’. Classically styled, the Crusader sword was designed with the ‘proportions’ in mind. The simple yet elegant sword, topped with the circular wheel pommel, was carefully fitted to a blade offering exceptional reflex, balance and control. The sword is responsive, quick, resilient yet flexible. The sword has a sharply tapered cut and thrust blade. When in hand, the sensation, is that of an extension of ones arm. Although minimalist, the crusader sword is of stunning complexity. The Crusader sword is made from 5160 High Carbon steel. Peened pommel and mild steel fittings. The wood handle is wrapped in high quality distressed cognac brown leather and stitched at the side. Details: Blade: 5160 High Carbon Steel Dual Tempered HRc 60 48-50 at the core Guard and Pommel: Mild Steel Overall Length: 34 3/4 inches Blade Length: 27 3/4 inches Blade Width at Guard: 2 1/16 inches Grip Length: 4 1/2 inches Pommel: Peened Thickness: 5.3mm – 1.3mm Weight: 2.65 lbs POB: 4 inches Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€739.00*

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The Wolfsbane Norse Viking sword
The Wolfsbane – inspired by the Game of Thrones swords As Norsemen invaded, burned and plundered foreign shores, legends and mythology were born. Doomed gods walked among men, gathering their strength for the final battle at the end of the world. It is little wonder that when our imagination takes us into the most gripping realms of fantasy, we cannot help but turn to the myths and legends of the North. The wolf was one of the most potent symbols of the Norse mythology. It represented fearsome strength and doom. A symbol of royalty and power across the Nordic world. Aggregating all essential elements of Viking life, artistry and Norse Mythology, the Wolfsbane exemplifies the peak of Viking culture amalgamated with modern imagination.The mythological symbol of the wolf is balanced by mirroring self images. Meticulously crafted fittings and handle, The Norse Wolf, as a steward of Viking culture and Mythology, is at the core of this Viking sword. The Fenris Wolf, offspring of Loki and Angrboda, destined to kill Odin rests on the solid bronze guard. Its fetters are worked into knotwork inspired by the Jelling Stone. The Fenris Wolf’s head snarls on the pommel, while on the handle, the wolves Geri and Freki, the loyal companions of Odin who hunger for the bodies of the slain in battle, lay intertwined. Amalgamating modern romanticism of Norse folklore and excavated Viking swords of great importance, the Wolfsbane is a beautifully crafted testament to the arts, culture and beliefs of the Viking people. Luxuriously handcrafted from the finest material, the Wolfsbane sword is a distinguished Viking weapon catering to the most discriminating collector. Richly detailed solid bronze guard and pommel, Painstakingly crafted Red Oak handle; the Wolfsbane is a heirloom quality piece reminiscent of the migration age. Hand forged from 5160 High Carbon Steel Differential Hardened at a Rockwell of 60 at the Edge; 48-50 at the core. Fittings: Solid bronze handle: Red Oak Total length: 47″ Blade length: 38″ Blade width at base: 2″ Weight: 3 lbs 5 oz) POB: 6″Distal Taper (at the edge): 1.54mm (base); 1.3mm (midpoint); 1.27mm (tip) Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€1,099.01*

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The Squire Sword
Arming swords were intended to be used with a single hand. As a result, these swords needed to be heavy enough to be effectively useful in combat, but light enough to move quickly and not be tiring for the wielder. For this purpose, the Squire is a perfect fit. Light and nimble, this sword is incredibly responsive and effortlessly flows from guard to cut and back again. While exquisite to handle, the Squire is strong enough to inflict considerable damage if used in combat. A far cry from the hefty two-handed swords wielded by armored and mounted knights, the Squire is the perfect sword for anyone who wants an agile, attractive sword that is just as battle ready as one twice its size. Details: Length : 34” Handle Length: 4 ½” Blade Length: 27.5” Blade Width: 2 1/16” Crossguard Length: 8 5/8” Guard Depth: 7/8” Handle Circumference: 4 ¼” Weight: 2.1 lbs / 960 oz P.O.B.: 3”The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge. Please ask the price before ordering by email.

€799.00*

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Fantasy Scimitar
Inspirational medieval swords generally prove to be challenging pieces to work on. Based both on historical and Fantasy concepts, inspirational swords generally encompass pleasing aesthetic designs from both genres. While keeping the beautiful blade pattern of the Moorish battle ready swords, Sabers and Scimitar's in general, this Fantasy Scimitar embeds not only the destructive strength of which Scimitars are so well known for, but also provides excellent handling characteristics. Wielded with both hands, this Scimitar delivers destructive blows intended to break through the most complex and detailed armor. Details: Overall Length: approx. 109 cm Blade Length: approx. 86.4 cm Blade Width at base: approx. 4.5 cm Blade Material: 5160 High Carbon Steel Weight: approx. 1674 g Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge.

€819.00*

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Jousting Helm Stechhelm
Nuremberg, Germany, C. 1490-1520. Original on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Bashford Dean Memorial Collection). Jousting emerged during the 12th C. from the military use of the lance by the mounted knight. During the latter part of the Middle Ages, jousting gained popularity in numerous kingdoms and was transformed into a lucrative event. Knights and nobles gained considerable wealth, prestige and land during such bouts, while merchants and artisans benefited from the ‘games’ by the distension of neighboring populations. While Jousting spread widely across the Christian kingdom, Pope Innocent II, in 1130, at a church council at Clermont, denounced all forms of ‘Noble’ tournaments and forbade Christian burials for Nobles killed in them. According to ecclesiastical ideas of morality, the ‘games’ distracted the aristocracy from focusing on more acceptable warfare, in defense of Christianity. Darksword Armorys Jousting helmet is based on the example found at the Metropolitan museum of art’s collection. Made from 14g steel, the Jousting helmet is fully functional and padded. The helmet can either be ordered polished, as shown, or antiqued. Please note: The helmet is specially made when ordering, please give the corresponding measurements in the comments field. The time for the delivery is about 5 months.

€1,299.02*

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Ranger Sword Folded Steel Blade
The Lord of the Rings Ranger sword was inspired both by the novels of J.R.R. Tolkien and the films based on his stories. The Ranger Sword is hand Crafted with 5160 High Carbon steel, dual hardened to Rockwell of 60 at cutting edge and 48-50 at the core. As with all our battle ready swords, the tang is peened over the pommel. The beautifully detailed leather handle is accentuated by the unique pommel, making this one of the most recognized fantasy swords. The blade is forged with a deep full length fuller.The Dúnedain Rangers are pivotal characters in the world of Middle Earth. Many centuries before the start of the Lord of the Rings series there was the great island kingdom of Numenor. The rulers of this kingdom were the human descendants of the half-elven Elros, a great lord and powerful foe of evil. The island kingdom was raised to be the stronghold of Elros’ people, and for many years his descendants kept peace and were faithful followers of the Valar, the holy rulers of Middle Earth. They had great power and freedom, only forbidden one thing – to never sail into the west, and set foot on sacred Valinor. As the kingdom waxed in wealth and its rulers waned in wisdom they sought to challenge even the Valar, and set sail with a mighty fleet to Valinor. This fleet was utterly destroyed, and the island kingdom sundered and plunged beneath the waves. Only a small remnant was saved.This remnant became the Middle Earth kingdoms of Gondor and Arnor and were ruled over by Elendil and his heirs. However, some of the surviving Numenoreans left these kingdoms and travelled to the north. There, they dedicated themselves to the eradication of evil and the defense of the free peoples of Middle Earth. They became known as the Dúnedain Rangers, and despite their efforts were widely distrusted by the folk who lived in these lands. Their thankless tasks unnoticed, they nevertheless fought tirelessly against overwhelming odds. None of these Rangers were anything less than heroes, and none of them more famous than the one they called Strider.Based on the sword of Strider the Ranger from the Lord of the Rings, the Ranger Sword is one of our best sellers. Made with Darksword Armory’s usual attention to detail and sturdy construction, this two handed sword is an epic weapon to use against the forces of darkness.The Ranger Sword is a hefty inspirational two handed sword. The broad long blade delivers lethal, powerful blows aided by it’s weight. The Ranger sword, at 4 lbs 11 oz, is by far our heaviest battle ready sword, mainly deriving from the large pommel and guard. Despite it’s weight, the sword is well balanced, responsive and rugged. In a nutshell, the Ranger sword is reliable and virtually indestructible! Blade: 5160 High Carbon Folded Steel. Dual Tempered HRc 60 48-50 at the core Blade Edge: Very Sharp Grip Length: 6 3/4 inches Total length: 46.5″ Blade length: 36″ Blade width: 2″ Weight: 4 lbs 11oz POB: 2.5″ Please note: The sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge. Please ask the price before ordering by email.

€1,549.01*

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Game of Thrones - The High King Sword
The History Ireland has a rich history of tradition and mythology. From antiquity and medieval sources we hear tales of heroes and faeries, gods and monsters, that have passed from legend into scholarship and popular culture. One of the most prominent figures in Irish lore, however, was not an individual but an office – the Ard-Rí, High King over all Ireland, who brought together the smaller warring kingdoms under one rule. Inspiration and Development The High Kings of Ireland purportedly ruled over Ireland from 1500 BC until the Norman invasion in the late 12th century AD, though scholars are quick to point out that much of that early history is considered to be mythological. According to tradition, the list of High Kings includes many heroes of Irish lore including Lugh of the Long Arm. Lugh is a famous heroic figure in Irish mythology, having ruled as High King for two decades as well as being a member of the Tuath Dé Danann, the pantheon of the ancient Irish people. As High King, Lugh was granted Fragarach, the sword of the sea god Manannán mac Lir. The magic blade Fragarach (Gaelic for “The Answerer”) was a powerful sword forged by the gods and capable of cutting down the walls of a city. The legends also stated no one could lie when The Answerer was held to their throat as it magically compelled people to speak the truth. Fragarach passed through the hands of several of Ireland’s High Kings, and is one of several mythic weapons associated with the seat of power that ruled over Ireland for over 2000 years. The Darksword Armory High King Sword is inspired by those legends. Distinctive Features One of the most distinctive features of this particular sword is the pommel, which has an open ring shape. This style is typically called an “Irish Ring Hilt,” and has been seen on historical Irish swords as well as examples in Celtic artwork. It has also made its appearance in modern fantasy, most recently on the sword belonging to the warrior known as “The Mountain” in HBO’s Game of Thrones. The High King takes some of its inspiration from all of those sources, and is our take on a mythological Irish weapon once wielded by those ancient rulers. Darksword’s Take This is one of Darksword Armory’s largest swords to date. The massive (X) inch broad blade is designed with the claymore in mind, able to be an effective weapon for single combat or in large battles. A foot soldier with this in hand would be able to sweep a knight in armor off of their heavy horse and finish them off on the ground. The (Y) inch handle allows for a wide, two-handed grip, maximizing the torque that can be applied in each swing. The tang on this sword is wide and thick, and becomes visible when it passes through the open pommel. The guard is a slightly curved modern design, which is our way of adding a personal touch on this piece that is inspired from history, mythology, and fantasy. Specifications Hand forged from 5160 High Carbon Steel Differential Hardened at a Rockwell of 60 at the Edge; 48-50 at the core. Fittings: Mild Steel Handle: Red Oak Wrapped in Leather Total length: 58″ Blade length: 43″ Blade width at base: 2 1/4″ Weight: 4 lbs 3 oz. POB: 6″ Distal Taper : Base: 5.8mm | Midpoint: 4.2mm | Tip: 3.3mm

€1,099.01*

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The Warmonger Barbarian Sword
This barbarian sword is the most complicated piece we have made to date. The complex and elaborate segmented bronze casting rendered this an incredibly complex project. The fitting of the long ‘claw’ guard to the blade was no easy endeavor. While the guard and pommel are crafted from solid bronze, the blade is forged from 5160 High Carbon Steel, dual hardened at a Rockwell of 60 at the cutting edge and 48-50 at the core. The design for the barbarian sword began as an inspirational piece while Eyal, the owner of Darksword, was in Paris. While walking he stumbled on a beautiful door knocker with intertwining snakes. The result was a brainstorming session with our designer to finally create the Warmonger. Imposing, intimidating and brutish, the Warmonger is the quintessential fantasy sword, capable of delivering devastating blows. The mythic blade, with its crisp deep fuller, is inspired the Viking swords recounted in the legendary sages of the northern peoples, known as fornaldarsaga. The Warmonger sword is individually hand forged and battle ready. The impressive resilient crisp blade is specifically engineered to penetrate plate armor with searing strength. Brutish yet refined, the Warmonger sword is in a class by itself. Relatively light, responsive and classically styled, the Warmonger Barbarian sword delivers what it was designed to do! Backed by our commitment and reputation for forging some of the most durable swords in the industry, the Warmonger is faithfully crafted and stands as a legacy to the fantasy lore of the Warrior Norse mythology. The Warmonger is limited to 1,500 copies worldwide! Each individually numbered on the blade. Specs for the Warmonger Sword: Blade: 5160 High Carbon Steel. Dual Tempered HRc 60 48-50 at the core Total length: 45″ Blade length: 32″ Blade width at base: 2″ Weight: 5 lbs. 4 oz

€1,249.01*

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Norman Helmet
The Norman helmet (also known as the 'nasal helmet' or the 'casque Normand') was commonly used from the 6th to the 12th century. It is one of the most recognizable helmets of the medieval period. The helmet’s aesthetic origins or influence stems from a mixture of Celtic, Norse and Anglo-Saxon heritage. The Norman Helmet is made of 14 g steel, forged with the traditional sectional reinforcement plates and nasal guard. The Norman medieval armor helmet comes with an adjustable leather liner and chin strap.

€319.00*

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Gotland Stocke Viking Axe
The Viking Axe is the Norsemen most valued weapon. As farmers, the axe was an essential tool, not only for war, but for farming, cutting wood, building ships, and other essential duties. Long before the first raids, the Vikings used the axe as a farming tool. while only the most important clan members could afford a sword, all Norsemen had an axe at their side. Used for both cutting and hammering with the butt, the Viking axe was more than a tool of war. It was an essential tool for survival. Feared for its devastating characteristics, the Viking axe came to be feared among Europeans throughout the Viking Age. Based on historical models of the 10th century, the viking axe is made with a traditional 30 inch hardwood shaft and criss-cross leather pattern, so prevalent during the migration age. Our Viking Axe is faithfully reproduced to feel, handle, and perform as the original. Hand-forged from wrought iron and skillfully hardened, The Viking axe is sturdy, resilient and build to perform under the most brutal circumstances. Total Length : 30” Viking Axe head (width): 6.5” Viking Axe head (hight) 4 1/4” long Weight: 2 lbs. 10 oz.

€189.00*

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The Gudrun Viking Axe
Norse Viking axes were not merely tools of war but symbols of prowess and status, integral to the identity of the Viking warrior. Crafted with exceptional skill, these axes were renowned for their deadly efficiency in battle and their versatility for various tasks, from woodcutting to combat. Typically featuring a single, curved blade attached to a long wooden haft, Viking axes came in different shapes and sizes, each tailored to suit different combat styles and preferences. Some featured long handles for extended reach and powerful strikes, while others were shorter and more maneuverable for close-quarters combat. The heads of these axes were often elaborately decorated, showcasing intricate patterns or symbolic designs that reflected the owner’s lineage, allegiance, or devotion to Norse gods. In battle, Viking warriors wielded their axes with ferocity, relying on their strength, skill, and the fear they instilled in their enemies to achieve victory on the battlefield. Even in times of peace, the axe remained a cherished possession, a testament to the valor and honor of its wielder in the rugged world of the Norse Vikings. Beyond combat, Viking axes were essential for practical tasks such as woodcutting, shipbuilding, and farming, embodying the resilience and resourcefulness of the Norse people in their harsh and unforgiving environment. As symbols of strength, courage, and independence, Viking axes represented the very essence of the Viking spirit, revered by warriors and cherished by their communities alike. The Axe is named after Gudrun, A legendary hero in Norse mythology, known for his role in the Völsunga saga. Details: Total Length : 47” Viking Axe head (width): 9” Viking Axe head (hight) 12” long Weight: 4 lbs. 12 oz.

€429.00*

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Scabbard with Interlaced Sword Belt
This is the exclusive accessory for selected Swords of Darksword Armory. It includes a scabbard with an interlaced sword belt. The scabbards are made with a poplar (wood) core and wrapped in vegetable tanned leather. The belts are woven into the leather. The leather is then hand stitched on the spine (back) of the scabbard. The belts will fit a waist of up to 127 cm. If you want to get this scabbard and belt for your Darksword Armory Sword, just add this product to your shopping cart. This accessory is available for the following swords: • 12th Century Medieval Sword [13467] • 14th Century Gothic Medieval Sword [40339] • 14th Century Medieval Sword [40358] • 14th Century Two Handed Sword [13466] • 15th Century Hand and a Half sword [40347] • 16th Century Two-Handed Sword [40336] • Hand and a half Medieval Knight [13892] • Celtic Anthropomorphic Medieval Sword [13999] • AOV Specter [13805] • Two handed Danish Sword [40352] • The Anduril [40344] • The WitchKing Fantasy Sword [40354] • The Longford [40349] • The Messer [40357] • The Norman Medieval Sword [13633] • The Ranger [40351] • The Sword of Portiers [40346] • The Spartan Sword [13943] • The Carpathian [13896] • The Nomad [13900] • The 2 Handed Norman [13891] • The black Prince [13894] • The Black Death Gothic Sword [40355] • The Waylander [40348] • The Sage [13901] • Limited Edition Excalibur Medieval Sword [40337] • Fantasy Scimitar [40356] • Fëanor’s Two Handed Sword [40359] • The Flames of the Angel Sword [13691] • 5 lobe Viking Medieval sword [40343] • Henry V Sword [13893] • Kurgan Medieval Sword [13940] • Migration Sword II [13895] • Mid 13th C. Sword [13682] • Ring Hilt Swiss Saber [40353] • Scottish Claymore [13918] • The Black Knight [13683] • The Guardian [13684] • The Medieval Knight [13458] • The Two Handed Gothic Sword [13463] • Type XII Medieval Sword [40340] Note: The price is only valid in connection with the purchase of the matching sword. If you only want to buy the scabbard, the price can be requested in advance.

€139.00*

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The Erland Sword
The Sword has long been a focal point in Myths, Legends, Norse Sagas and modern fantasy novels. In Greek, Medieval and modern heroic fantasy literature, the sword is the foremost symbol of leadership and justice. Capturing the essence of the heroic warrior, the Erland sword, ‘outsider or foreigner’ in old norse, personifies the modern vision of the heroic warrior. From Frank Frazetta to Boris vallego and Seb Mckinnon, the image of the anti-hero and lone warrior conjures a sense of power, respect and authority amidst a precarious and treacherous world. The Erland fantasy sword is the quintessential fantasy sword of the lone warrior. Individually Hand Forged with 5160 High Carbon Steel and dual Hardened, the Erland sword is the new evolved edition of the Guardian Sword. It is a powerful, functional fantasy sword of the ages. Skilfully engineered to take considerable abuse, the Erland Fantasy sword is a resilient sword that is virtually indestructible! Designed with a dragon claw like guard and broad blade, the Erland fantasy sword delivers devastating blows. Inspired by the myths and legends of the fantasy realm, the Erland is a robust and affirmative sword of heroes among mortals! Details: Blade: 5160 High Carbon Steel. Dual Tempered HRc 60 48-50 at the core Fittings : Solid Bronze Thickness: 1.34 mm Total Length: 44″ Blade Length : 32″ POB:3″ Weight: 4.5 lbsThe sword will be delivered only with the scabbard, the "matching belt" is not included but can be ordered for an extra charge. Please ask the price before ordering by email.

€799.00*

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Medieval Knight Dagger
This is the companion dagger to the Medieval Knight sword. The blade is forged from 1060 high Carbon Steel and Tempered to a Rockwell of 53. Details: Overall Length: approx. 44.5 cm Blade Length: approx. 30.5 cm Blade Material: 1060 High Carbon Steel Weight: approx. 511 g Please note: The dagger only has the scabbard, the belt is not included but can be ordered with an additional cost. Please contact us for the belt by email.

€239.00*

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