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Wooden Viking Dragon Shield

#805222
This hand-painted Viking shield is made from individual planks like the originals. It has been hand-painted with an interlaced yellow dragon design outlined in dark brown on a blue background. The metal rim is articulated for a better fit and the pieces overlap at the rivet points for stronger construction. Features a steel boss to protect the hand and a wooden grip.
$169.95

Sergeant's Halberd

#601111
The Sergeant's Halberd was developed during the age of firearms and was designed to face foes with less protective armor. Often carried as a badge of rank by officers in the 18th and 19th Centuries, it is lighter, faster, and more maneuverable than its heavy-duty cousins.
$79.95

Anduril, The Sword of King Elessar

#501714
From The Lord of the Rings trilogy, this officially licensed Anduril, The Sword of King Elessar, has an antique silver plated finish, 24-K gold plated fittings and a leather-wrapped grip. It includes a wooden wall display plaque and a Certificate of Authenticity.

$209.99

Dungeons & Dragons Pewter Pendant

#201650
From one of the most renowned names in the world fantasy gaming comes this stunning, officially licensed pewter pendant. The official Dungeons & Dragons’ logo has been meticulously reproduced in England of fine British pewter.
$39.95

Scottish Battle Targe Shield

#805184
Originally used for battle and now mainly for decoration, this rugged shield is made of a dense hardwood and expertly covered with soft leather. A removable spike protrudes out the front. An historical design using both brass fittings and tacks have been added for additional beauty. Dual leather straps in the back.
$194.95

Venetian Renaissance Carnival Dress

#101698
This elegant full-length Renaissance gown has all the splendor of just about any dress found at the royal courts in Venice. A lace-up back with a generous modesty panel is in the back to ensure a true hourglass fit.
$169.95

Braided Monastic Belt

#201633
This woven belt is made of braided virgin jute fiber and is the perfect finishing touch for many period costumes. Measuring 128" long, it can be double wrapped around most robes and tunics.
$29.95

Mordred 2 Piece Gambeson

#101691
This noble medieval gambeson is made of grey poly-cotton with lace-up front and sides. Two-pieces, it includes an undershirt and a matching gambeson.
$174.95

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Sergeant's Halberd

I used this head to built a 7-foot halberd, with the MR Greek spear butt cap at the opposite end, which looks great and has good weight as a counterbalance. I used an oval red oak pole, which is about 1" on the narrow measurement, and about 1-1/4" on the long side of the oval. The oval shape feels great and allows for proper indexing, and also has greater strength along the striking axis of the oval vs. a 1" round pole. I do still wonder if the (red oak) pole is strong enough given the narrow and short socket, but I'm loathe to test it.. .. I sharpened the axe, hook, and blade edges myself. I found the inside diameter of the halberd head socket to be almost exactly 1" at its widest on mine, and the depth of the socket was right around 5" if memory serves. The socket is drilled for a pin, which is ideal as I always make and use one.
Reviewed by: David, October 14, 2021

Review of: Anduril, The Sword of King Elessar

Love it! It looks just like the on in the movie!!!
Only thing I wish was different is that it came with a sheath.
Great product!!!
Reviewed by: Christian, August 16, 2021

Review of: Anduril, The Sword of King Elessar

Looks just like the picture. Perfect sword and it was the cheapest one I could find. The holder had a very small cut on it but it's not even noticable.
Reviewed by: Arica, June 27, 2021

Review of: Anduril, The Sword of King Elessar

This is my first sword and the start of my collection. It is beyond my expectations and an amazing piece.
Reviewed by: Jesse, December 16, 2020

Review of: Wooden Viking Dragon Shield

Well built, quality craftsmanship, solid as a brick shithouse.
Reviewed by: Christopher, December 12, 2020

Review of: Wooden Viking Dragon Shield

This shield is Fantastic, it is the perfect weight and is very well made. However to be historically accurate the shield would have been warped with rawhide, or leather. This shield is much more detailed than the others, and you can tell it is hand painted.
Reviewed by: Tyrone, November 20, 2020

Review of: Scottish Battle Targe Shield

I have had this piece for about a year, but it wasn't until last month that I wore it to the local Scottish Fair. I got many compliments on the targe, but everyone was even more impressed when I showed them the spike on the center boss!. (I wasn't allowed to have the spike attached as I walked around, but could "demonstrate" it when in a group.)
The look is not too ornate, but simple and handsome as if owned by a trusted clan warrior rather than Laird or Chieftain. Seeing several targes in museums, this is as authentic as it gets. I wore it with my back-sword and dirk, and was well kitted to be sure!
Great piece at a a good price!
-Rick Miller
Reviewed by: , August 28, 2020

Review of: Braided Monastic Belt

I wore this woven belt with my monks robe and it held up my German War Hammer nicely.
Reviewed by: Geoffrey, April 22, 2020

Review of: Venetian Renaissance Carnival Dress

From the picture, I thought this gown would be more of an mauve color, but it's a pretty periwinkle blue.
It's a lovely style, and looks great with or without my Museum Replicas farthingale. I prefer it with the farthingale to keep the hem from touching the floor.
I'm 5'9" with a longer torso, about 190 lbs. I ordered a large. I was worried the waist and skirt might be too short, but both are just fine. I was able to slip the laced gown over my head, then tighten it with the waist ties, no handmaiden needed.
The gown is 100% polyester with a 100% cotton lining. The cotton lining isn't ideal to slide over my cotton farthingale, but it wasn't terrible. Might make a silk slip to go between the two for maximum drape.
Love it, love it, love it!
Reviewed by: Serena, April 21, 2020

Review of: Mordred 2 Piece Gambeson

I bought this piece because it reminded me of something that would have been worn in the Kevin Costner movie, Robin Hood-Prince of Thieves! This piece was so well made and is going to look killer at the Ren Fair this fall! Counting down the days!!
Reviewed by: David, May 04, 2018