(Battle Ready) Hand Forged Carbon Steel Swords
By: Windlass Steelcrafts
With its graceful, artistic lines, the rapier has always been a chivalrous symbol of the Renaissance.
In honour of Alexandre Dumas and the timeless characters from his beloved novel, this piece has an etched french style c...
During the height of plate armour, this narrow, sharply-pointed sword was one of the most successful in finding chinks i...
The hand forged blades of the M-1860 Light Cavalry Sabre are British military spec steel that will flex and return to tr...
The Greek Hoplite was a tough, effective citizen-soldier, and was ferocious in defense of his home city.
The Classic Medieval Sword is an Oakeshott Type X with a Type I pommel and a Type VII crossguard.
The Roman Army's approach to warfare was direct and pragmatic.
Often overlooked by us modern sword lovers is the tremendous amount of stress placed on a sword blade during battle.
This swept hilt rapier was quite popular in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.
The greatest hero in Scottish history, William Wallace lived seven hundred years ago.
Relive an Age of High Adventure!
The Battle of Sticklestad was the final battle of Saint Olaf.
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