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Decorative Swords

Decorative Swords

A selection of decorative Medieval and Renaissance swords that are great for office and home interior design. This category has every decorative sword on These decorative swords are from leading sword makers from around the world including Bermejo, Marto and Windlass. We've made it easy for the interior decorator or costumer to decorate a home or dress for an event like a wedding or party. Swords in this category include Roman swords, Viking swords, Medieval swords, and knight swords. Many represent myth and legend like Excalibur and Robin Hood.  Decorative swords are mainly used as wall decor, displays, home or office decor, or for medieval costume. This makes them perfect as a home decoration and conversation pieces, as well as for the sword collector. Easy care and maintenance for most indoor uses.
Decade Ring Cross
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Worn in secrecy by many Catholics during the Tudor period, this ring allowed the faithful to say the Rosary using the cross and ten silver balls. A perfect pewter reproduction, which hangs on a multiple black and beaded 20" cords, with rear clasp. 6 faux diamonds. 1-3/4" overall height. Ring size 12. Made in England.
German Broadsword
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Circa 1500-1550

The term broadsword was not coined until the thin class of blades came into use. This massive cutting sword certainly lives up to the name in every way. The very broad blade is lightly hollow ground and can deliver very heavy cuts.  The long steel quillions are very stout and end in decorative finials that match the scent stopper steel pommel.  The highly contoured grip is wrapped in cord and leather.  The blade is well tempered from 1095 high carbon steel.   Scabbard included.

Note:  This is a one of a kind sample that did not made it into production.
  • Overall: 43-1/4"
  • Blade: 34" long, 2-5/8" wide, 7/32" thick
  • Wt: 4 lbs/10 oz

Lorica Segmentata
Believed to have been introduced in the ranks of the Roman Army during the first century A.D. and widely used at the height of the Roman Empire. Our replica, designed by Luca Giampadi, is superbly made of 18 gauge steel. It is closely copied from a type of Lorica found in Newstead, Scotland, that dates from the second century A.D. This armor is quite flexible and allows plenty of freedom of movement. Fits chest sizes from 42" to 46".
  • Wt: 17 lbs/6 oz
Celtic Viking Box
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Resplendent with design motifs used by both Celtic and Viking cultures this resin round box is covered with carvings on the top, side, and bottom inside and given a deep pewter with gold highlights finish.
  • Overall: 2-1/2" diameter by 1-1/4 tall