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The Sting Sword (#1311)
Lord of the Rings Sword
Only 8 left in stock ! This is the last batch of Stings available from Darksword. Once we sell this latest batch, the String will indefinitely be removed, discontinued, and never sold again.
The Lord of the Rings Sting sword is a recreation from the popular trilogy written by J.R,.R. Tolkien. The String 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 Sting is a light short sword. The stiff leaf shaped blade has great thrusting ability.$ 360.00–$ 395.00
Viking Sword :: The Einar (#1338)
Inspirational piece, Norse mythology. 10-11th century
The Einar Viking Sword is Limited to 800 copies Worldwide
Aggregating all essential elements of Viking art and Norse Mythology, the Einar Viking Sword exemplifies the peak of Viking culture. Luxuriously handcrafted from the finest material, the Einar is an distinguished viking sword you will be proud to own. Hand-forged from 5160 high carbon steel and dual tempered, the Einar viking sword is a rugged viking weapon of choice. Well balanced and skilfully engineered, The Einar blends the artistic abilities of the Norse people and the central role of warfare in the viking world (…read more).$ 700.00–$ 880.00
The Wolfsbane Norse Viking sword (#1544)
Norse, Viking Sword
inspired by Norse Mythology
The wolf, representing fearsome strength and doom, was one of the most potent symbols in the Viking world. Deep set in mythology and mysticism, The wolf and Norse mythology remained at the core of the developmental process. Aggregating all essential elements of Viking life, artistry and Norse Mythology, the Wolfsbane Viking Sword exemplifies the peak of Viking culture amalgamated with modern imagination.
The mythological symbol of the wolf is balanced by mirroring self images. Carefully cast solid bronze fittings and a carved oak handle, The Norse Wolf, as a steward of Viking culture and Mythology, is at the core of this Viking sword (read more…)$ 700.00–$ 880.00
Limited Edition Excalibur Sword (#1524)
Excalibur is offered as a limited edition collectible of 500 battle ready swords worldwide!
classically elegant, vibrant, and faithfully crafted from the original prop used in the 1981 Film by John Boorman, The Excalibur sword is a lasting legacy of the film.
The Excalibur is an authoritative, functional and resilient sword. skilfully crafted and engineered for the most demanding collector, the Excalibur is the benchmark of what a real sword should be (read more…).$ 540.00–$ 670.00
16th Century Two Handed Sword (#1535)
1500 – 1525 A.D Wallace Collection, A479.
original found in the River Thames in London.
The 16th Century Two-Handed Sword is based by the original, displayed at the Wallace collection, in London(Wallace collection, A.479). Its elegant complex hilt features side rings and finger rings for additional hand protection, and it has a triple-fullered Oakeshott type XX blade with a long ricasso. The blade is hand forged from 5160 High Carbon Steel, the grip high-grade leather wrapped around a wood core – In Short, the 16th C, Two handed Sword is a perfect weapon for the Renaissance battlefield or the judicial duel (read more…)$ 420.00–$ 550.00
Two Handed Templar Sword (#1339)
Two Handed Templar Sword
1300 – 1350 A.D Museum of London, original found in the River Thames in London.
The Templars formed at the end of the First Crusade as a group of knights who took monastic vows. They swore to protect pilgrims travelling from Europe to the Holy Land. While the Order began without wealth, living off donations from villagers, the Templar Knights emerged as an extremely wealthy and politically powerful organisation. Threatened by their growing political power, Edward II dissolved the order in 1314, executed the Templars, and ordered the burning of the last Grand Master, Jacques de Molay (read more…)$ 445.00–$ 580.00
Two Handed Norman Sword (#1336)
The Two handed Norman Sword, Known for its crucifix form, is the quintessential medieval sword. Presented in the Bayeux Tapestry: an embroidery that depicts the Norman Conquest, the Norman Sword, classified as type XI with elements of type XIIa, is elegant in its simplicity (read more…)$ 430.00–$ 570.00
14th Century Gothic Medieval Sword (#1368)
14th C. Medieval Sword,
Original on Display at the Royal Ontario Museum
This 14th Century Gothic Medieval Sword is inspired by the original, currently on display at the Royal Ontario Museum.$ 395.00–$ 535.00
Mid 13th C. Sword (#1314)
The 13th Century was a turning point in the making of swords and armors of the Middle Ages. Typically, armors dating prior to the 13th century were mainly composed of mail armor, or maille, made to counter the impact of the uniform sword blades of the early medieval period.$ 490.00–$ 530.00
Knight Bastard Medieval Sword (#1329)
The Knight Bastard Medieval Sword
14th Century, Type XIV. The Royal Armouries, Leeds.
The Medieval Knight Bastard Sword is a classic example of the Medieval swords found during the later part of the 14th C. These battle ready swords, along with their historical counterparts were commonly used by the nobility during the 100 years war, between England and France (1337 to 1453) .
The Medieval Knight Bastard sword is an inspirational piece, based on historical models of the period. While conceptualizing the Knight Medieval sword, the Darksword Armory staff’s focus was creating the clean historical lines presented on the guard and sword blade. These lines were inspired by the architecture found at the later part of the middle ages (Read more…)$ 425.00–$ 550.00
Henry V Sword (#1325)
Henry V Medieval Sword
Westminster Abbey, England
Type: XVIII.1., 15th Century Medieval Sword.
Henry V was King of England from 1413 until his death in 1422, at the age of 35. During his reign, Henry V became one of England’s most important monarchs for several reasons. among them, are his victories in the Hundred Years War. Until his untimely death from dysentery, he was recognized as a powerful warrior and brilliant military tactician – who fought as young as 14 and lead an army at 16 (Read more…)$ 400.00–$ 530.00
Type XII Medieval Sword (#1541)
During the 13th and 14th C. Type XII Sword, dedicated to the cut as opposed to the thrust, became the norm. Slightly more tapered than the swords preceding the 13th C, type XII swords displayed a shorter fuller, which improved the sword's mass distribution.$ 415.00–$ 549.00
The Black Prince Sword (#1326)
The Black Prince sword,
Type XVa, 1370 AD, Medieval Sword
The English Prince Edward of Woodstock, “The Black Prince of Wales”, is well known to scholars of art, history, literature and theater., for his chivalrous and occasionally non-chivalrous actions.$ 450.00–$ 570.00
11th Century Viking Sword (#1335)
11th century Viking Sword with bronze fittings,
The National Museum of Finland, Helsinki
Viking swords have the reputation of being hacking weapons with little in the way of grace or beauty.$ 490.00–$ 610.00
The Carpathian Medieval Sword (#1333)
The Carpathian Sword is inspired by the Vampire chronicles and the stories of the Battles waged at the Carpathian mountains, between the Goths and the Huns. Derived from both sources, The Carpathian sword, is a mix of fantasy and historical inspiration.
Whereas the medieval sword itself is a unique inspirational piece, the blade geometry is based on historical examples found among various Germanic swords.
Individually hand forged with 5160 High Carbon Steel and dual Tempered, the Carpathian fantasy sword is a must for collectors of fantasy weaponry. The Germanic leaf-shaped blade geometry, mirrored by the Vampire fang-like guard and mushroom pommel are complimented by a crisp deep fuller, making this sword a truly menacing piece in any collection ! (read more….)$ 410.00–$ 530.00
The Black Knight Medieval Sword (#1312)
“The Black Knight” Medieval Sword is Inspired by E.A. Christensen’s sketch, found on p. 121 of Oakeshott’s “Record of the Medieval Sword”. While preserving the historical essence of the blade and pommel, our rendition of the sword was given a fantasy flare with it’s morbid crossguard. The blade on the Black Knight Medieval Sword is responsive, very well balanced, tough yet flexible. The sword’s light weight and balance make this medieval sword a potent thrusting weapon. The dual tempered blade is virtually indestructible, classically styled and a must even for the most discriminating collector! (read more…)$ 390.00–$ 520.00
Two Handed Viking Sword (#1341)
10th – 11th Century A.D.
Inspirational piece, based on Norse Knot work and Viking art.
While we chose to fit this Viking medieval sword with the traditional Viking blade, the Norse mythological knot work on the pommel and guard are of an inspirational nature.$ 445.00–$ 565.00
The Arming Sword (#1313)
Wallace Collection, England, A.460
French, c. 1375-1400, Type type XVIII sword.
By the 14th C. the classical view of the Knight Medieval sword took shape in the Arming Sword.$ 395.00–$ 514.00
The Norman Medieval Sword (#1307)
Norman Medieval Sword, 1000-1300 AD.
The transition from the Germanic Swords to the Swords of the Medieval period sword took shape between the 10th and 11th centuries.$ 410.00–$ 525.00
5 lobe Viking sword (#1540)
The British Museum in London.
One of the most coveted medieval swords among collectors is the Viking sword. Given the multitude of Viking swords on the market, one wonders whether the market is saturated.$ 410.00–$ 565.00