Explore Viking Sword, Medieval Weapons, and more!

"Wyrfang [sic]; a reconstructed narrow-seax based on five pieces from the Staffordshire Hoard. (discussed here; http://www.thethegns.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/wymfang-1.html#more). Blade by Paul Binns Swords and fittings by Danegeld historic jewellery. — with Paul Binns."

The Thegns of Mercia: Wymfang A Princely Wælsax from the Staffordshire Hoard.

http://oldeuropeanculture.blogspot.de/2014_03_01_archive.html

http://oldeuropeanculture.blogspot.de/2014_03_01_archive.html

Forged by David DelaGardelle, Brug Hild is a variation of a Petersen type H Nordic sword. The blade is darkened and aged with the crossbar and pommel left black yet polished from the forge. The grip and scabbard made from maple and on them is wood burnt primitive Nordic maze and key tile inspired patterns that evoke elements of the deep pine and cedar forests of the north. The simple steel belt loop on the scabbard makes it easy, tough, and versatile enough to carry at your side in any…

Fullness of Joy: Daggers, Blood-Red Shields And Thundering Stallions

Based off of the Beagnoth seax, I consider this to possibly be the most breath taking seax and trappings I have ever seen. Maker unknown.

Based off of the Beagnoth seax, I consider this to possibly be the most breath taking seax and trappings I have ever seen.

Beagnoth Sax sword (Thames scramasax)

Our Anglo-Saxon sword is a reproduction of a century original find in the London Thames. The sax dates from the to

viking knife by mopasrep.deviantart.com on @deviantART

hand made knife: Pakistan damscus steel blade palisander grip with bronze and bone elements leather scabbard with bronze elements viking knife

Pinterest
Search