Products tagged with 'leather scabbard'
This long dagger has an unpolished stained wood grip and low-sheen brass fittings. The brown leather scabbard complements the dagger fittings with a brass chape and throat with a roaring lion's head belt hook, befitting a nobleman.
This Dagger is a companion to the Faith keeper Sword, the high-carbon steel diamond cross-section blade on this dagger has a pierced cross of the Knights Templar at its ricasso. The pommel features a reversed inset image of the Signet of the Knights Templar, which can be used as a wax seal. The crossguard is inscribed on both sides with the Latin phrase Militum Xristi, “Seal of the Soldiers of Christ.”
The Cawood Viking Sword by Paul Chen / Hanwei is a faithful reproduction one found near Cawood Castle. Features a forged 5160 high-carbon steel blade.
This double-edged dagger is lively in the hand and wickedly fast. The contoured grip is stained hardwood. Includes a leather sheath with hand-applied, antiqued steel reinforcing accents.
This beautiful sword was a very popular design during the 1400s due to its ease of punching through the armor of the day. The style of this simple piece is quite lovely and puts emphasis on the deadly nature of it. Made from 1065 high carbon steel by the smiths at Windlass.
This Viking sword has a high carbon steel blade with an extra wide fuller running its entire length. The rugged wood handle is large enough for even the biggest warrior hand, while the pommel and guard have been finished in an antique copper. Includes matching leather scabbard and shoulder baldric.
This sword has an extra-wide fuller and decorated crossguard with raised knot work. A matching period leather scabbard with belt is included, which has a highly decorative metal shoe.
This version of the broadsword has a high carbon steel blade with double fullers and an intricate wire basket-hilt. Comes complete with a matching black leather scabbard. Overall 38-1/2 inches.