Swords

Pick one from our catalog or build your own. You dream it, we make it.

Our craft, our swords.

A sword is a bladed weapon characterized by a long blade, typically made of metal, with a sharp edge intended for cutting or thrusting. It usually features a hilt for gripping and handling the weapon. Swords have been used throughout history for combat, self-defense, hunting, ceremonial purposes, and as symbols of authority and prestige. They come in various shapes, sizes, and designs, tailored to different cultures, time periods, and intended uses.

Overall, swords have played significant roles in shaping human history and remain iconic symbols of martial prowess and cultural heritage.

Longswrods

The “Langes Schwert,” which translates to “long sword” in German, was a versatile and iconic weapon of the medieval period, primarily used throughout Europe from the 12th to the 17th centuries. Also known as a “hand-and-a-half sword” or “bastard sword”.

Arming Swords

The arming sword was a versatile and widely used medieval weapon that emerged in Europe during the early Middle Ages, around the 10th century. Also known as a “knightly sword” or simply a “sword”.

Sideswords

The sidesword was a popular and versatile weapon used during the late Middle Ages and Renaissance periods in Europe, roughly from the 15th to the 17th centuries.

Rapiers

The rapier was a prominent and influential weapon that emerged during the late Renaissance period in Europe, particularly in the 16th century. It is characterized by its long, slender, and sharply-pointed blade.

Daggers

In medieval warfare and combat, daggers were among the most common and versatile weapons. They were used for a variety of purposes, including close-quarters combat, self-defense, hunting, and everyday tasks.

Langes messers

The “Langes Messer,” which translates to “long knife” in German, was a type of single-edged sword or hewing weapon that emerged in medieval Europe, particularly in German-speaking regions, during the 14th to 16th centuries. Despite its name suggesting a knife, the Langes Messer was actually closer in design and function to a sword.

Two-Handed Swords

The two-handed sword, also known as a greatsword or Zweihänder in German, was a formidable medieval weapon that emerged in Europe during the late Middle Ages, primarily during the 14th to 16th centuries. As its name suggests, it was characterized by its large size and distinctive feature of being wielded with two hands on a long grip.

Sabers

The saber is a curved, single-edged sword that originated in Central Asia and became widely used in Europe during the medieval period. Characterized by its distinctive curved blade and handguard, the saber was renowned for its effectiveness in slashing and cutting maneuvers.

Replicas

The sword is a universal symbol spanning all ages. With these pieces, we want to pay tribute to the work of the old masters, to follow the path they created for us. These swords combine the past with the future, allowing us to hold a piece of history in our hands.

Viking & Oriental

Viking and Oriental swords played significant roles in the martial traditions and cultural identities of their respective societies, leaving lasting legacies that continue to be celebrated and studied today.

Fast customer service

Response within 7 working days

Craftsmanship

Our products made by hand

Worldwide

Resellers around the globe

Reliability

15+ years of experience