Ancient History and Early Middle Ages

Sharpening a sword blade before or after assembling the sword.
During sharpening, the blade loses its original thickness, making it more flexible and lighter, but also more fragile, of course.

The use of sharp swords is a training exercise that requires practice and knowledge, which must be exercised with extreme caution!

Damage and deflection of the swords are primarily due to cutting errors, so these damages are not warranty problems!

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Falcata made for reenactment use. 

While some western authors conjecture that this weapon was based on similar European weapons and brought to South Asia by Alexander the Great, origin of the weapons from several regions such as the Greek kopis, the Egyptian khopesh, the Iberian falcata (Wikipedia)

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Falcata for re-enactment use
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The mostly known sword from the Roman times, made for reenactment battles, with a diamond shaped blade. 

The sword can be ordered with different grips!

The edges are parallel and straight (Pompeii blade shape)

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Gladius with a hardwood grip (Pompeii)
Gladius with a hardwood grip (Pompeii)
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Celtic sword for reenactment use, with the grip made of brass. 

The scabbard is made of hand-made parts and ornamented brass plate.

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Celtic sword with hollow ground blade, and a scabbard
Celtic sword with hollow ground blade, and a scabbard
Celtic sword with hollow ground blade, and a scabbard
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Celtic sword for reenactment use, with the grip made of brass. 

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Celtic sword with ridged blade
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Hilt: made of bone

Pommel and guard: ash

Blade: sharp or blunt, after the customer's wish

 

Wooden scabbard with leather covered, and with brass fittings

The price of the spatha: 300 Euro

Scabbard: 250 Euro

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Roman Spatha with Scabbard
Roman Spatha with Scabbard
Roman Spatha with Scabbard
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Spatha from the 6-7th century, with 2 edged blade and a wide fuller. 

The sword is ready for reenactment battles, with 3 mm edge. 

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Spatha from the 6-7th Century
Spatha from the 6-7th Century
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Sarmatian sword with ridged (rhombus cross-section) blade. 

Made for re-enactment, with 1 year breakage warranty.

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Sarmatian sword with ringpommel
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