Swords There are 562 products.


  • Arab swords
    Arab Swords feature a unique design on both sides of the blade (straight or curved) and its handles (with Arabic symbols).

    Arab swords (scimitars) were used in horse warfare because of their relatively light weight when compared to larger swords and their curved design, good for stabbing opponents while riding on a horse.

    The scimitar is a sophisticated weapon, thin and light. It is sharp, single edge and a handle protector. Its origin is found in Persia, but was also used in India during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. No doubt his long curved blade was designed to wipe out the enemy thrusts and to slash deeply
  • ceremonial swords

    We have the best swords for weddings, communions and baptisms made in Toledo, Spain, with the ability to add custom text. Swords event Masonic ceremonies, ceremonies and other solemn rites Templar.

  • Fantasy Swords
    These swords are used by film and fantasy characters created for TV shows, movies, comics. They usually have spectacular designs as result of a rich imagination.
  • Functional Swords

    Within the functional swords made of carbon steel sheets are classified into 3 groups: Category A, Category B and Category C. For differences can view the details of the Functional classification swords.

  • Greek Swords

    Greek, Trojan, Spartan Swords and kopis.

  • Historical swords
    This categoty includes some of the mos popular swords used by real characters in history. Some of them are battle-ready and other decorative, but all seek to capture the details that characterize the original swords.

    The sword represents justice and sovereignty of the lineage, but also the courage and power.
  • Iberian and Celtic Swords
    Iberian and Celtic swords among which the famous falcata.

    The falcata is a type of sword typical of the pre-Roman Iberian Peninsula (modern Spain and Portugal), similar to Greek kopis or Nepalese kukri. The falcata-like swords were derived from the sickle-shape knives of the Iron Age; it is thought to have been introduced in the Iberian Peninsula by the Celts who spread the iron technology.
  • Foils

    The foil is a long sword with flexible rectangular blade. It was designed as a practice weapon for the smallsword fashionable in the 17th century and is now used primarily in the sport of fencing. The foil is composed of a blade, pommel (a counterweight at the end of the handle), grip, guard and a thumb pad.

  • Nordic Swords
    Swords used by Nordic peoples, barbarians and Vikings. The Vikings were Germanic peoples of Scandinavia known for their regular raids and looting in Europe.

    According to custom, all free men were required to own weapons, as well as permitted to carry them at all times. These arms were also indicative of a Viking's social status: a wealthy Viking would likely have a complete ensemble of a spear, a wooden shield, and either a battle axe or a sword; the average farmer was likely limited to a spear, shield, and perhaps a common axe or a large knife.
  • Roman Swords
    Roman Swords gladius type, used by the legions. The Roman gladius were adapted from the short swords used by celtic mercenaries (hispaniensis gladius) in the service of Hannibal, during the Punic Wars.

    The Roman Sword or Gladius was the primary sword of Ancient Roman foot soldiers and one of the most widely recognized swords of any culture.
  • Loop Rapier
    The term rapier emerged during the Renaissance in Spain as a dress sword and became very popular as a civilian weapon for self defence and duelling amongst the wealthier classes.

    Rapiers are long, thin, single-handed swords designed for thrusting more than cutting.
  • Cup Hilt Rapier
    The term rapier emerged during the Renaissance in Spain as a dress sword and became very popular as a civilian weapon for self defence and duelling amongst the wealthier classes.

    Rapiers are long, thin, single-handed swords designed for thrusting more than cutting.

    The hilts on rapiers existed in a great variety of styles and various kinds of bars, rings, plates, or cups.
  • Claymore
    The two-handed claymore was a large sword used in the late Medieval and early modern periods. It was used in the constant clan warfare and border fights with the English from 1400 to 1700.

    The largest claymore on record is a sword measuring 2.24 m and weighing 10 kg.
  • Sables
    The saber is a curved and single-edged sword. Its use was massive in the cavalry and infantry officers in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This curved leaf character makes the difference with the sword. This Stab arises from the need for speed in combat. This is achieved by cutting and not let the blade weapon embedded in the body of the opponent.
  • Bullfigthing swords
    Bullfigthing swords, phiting swords, professional bullfighter swords.

    The bullfight and bullfighting is a show that consists of dealing several bulls, on foot or on horseback, in an enclosed for that purpose, the bullring. Bullfights are considered one of the expressions of Hispanic culture. In a broad sense, bullfighting includes all development prior to show, from bull breeding to the making of the dress of the participants.
  • Templar swords

    Templar swords with designs of the Order of the Knights Templar, one of the most powerful Christian military orders of the Middle Ages. Templar swords Size: infant, cadet or natural.

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    Roman Gladius sword with stainless steel blade 440. It is decorative. Sheath has a small chain to adjust the belt. The Gladius Sword of ancient Rome is white double-edged sword used by Roman legions.

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    Viking sword for children. It includes sheath made of wood with decorated motifs. The fist is coated. Espada.- 63 cms long. CAUTION! Not suitable for children under 3 years because of the danger of small-piece choke. Use only under adult supervision.

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    American cavalry saber, foil nineteenth century hand-forged carbon steel and saved, hawks and brass knob. Wood handle. It includes metal sheath. Length: 107 cms.

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    medieval wooden sword for practice, natural size. NOTICE.-Due to the type of wood that is made, no guarantee that the piece is perfectly straight.

    In Stock: 12 un.
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    Roman sword Gladius wooden practices. Approximate length: 70 cms.

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    Cadet sword Assassin's Creed including pod. Overall length: 56 cms. Length blade: 38 cm.

    In Stock: 11 un.
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    Decorative sword Rapier based on those used in the seventeenth century. Made with carbon steel blade with brass handle and coated thread.

    In Stock: 10 un.
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    Medieval sword crossed with the decorative sheet of corrugated carbon steel. Wooden handle covered with braided leather. The guard and pommel are brass octagonal decorated with the Templar cross. It includes leather sheath with a belt.

    In Stock: 8 un.
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    Arab scimitar blade handle rustic recorded. Reproduction of one of the most emblematic swords are brandished in the Iberian peninsula during the Arab invasion. Children: 60 cms.Cadet: 73 cms.Natural: 100 cms.

    In Stock: 8 un.
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    Sword of the Catholic Monarchs with sheet steel and aged rustic handle recorded. could not miss the famous phrase Both -monta mounted both recorded in the guard of the sword. Available in various sizes. Cadete.- 76 cms.Natural.- 103 cms.Bárbara.- 125 cms. Li>

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    Templar sword with steel blade and carbon. The total length of the sword is 93 cm. It includes sheath.

    In Stock: 6 un.
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    Viking wooden sword for practice, natural size.NOTICE.-Due to the type of wood with which it is made, no guarantee that the piece is perfectly straight.

    In Stock: 6 un.
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