By: Windlass Steelcrafts
This German mace proves that weapons can be art. Although pleasing to the eye, it is deadly in function. By the 1500's hundreds armor had become very good protection from most weapons, but that was not the case with an eight bladed mace like this one. This expertly reproduced steel mace has a brushed finish. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. Circa 1550.
5/5 average from 15 reviews
Rated by people who own this product
"little ugly near the seams of the handle and flanges. visible weld lines" -Kevin (4/5)
"Brutally cool; Love the German Mace." -Richard (5/5)
"I really like this mace. It's a bit smaller than what you would think, but its very heavy and any larger would probably be unweildy. As far as I know it's historically accurate, but it's obviously nicer than the average mace of a Footman back in the Middle ages. I've already smashed some light targets with it and it is very functional, and hits like a train. It is currently the only mace I own but I will be considering more in the future. " -Patricia (5/5)
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