Saber

The first cavarly sabers arrived to Europe with the Avar and Magyar tribes. This weapon was an instrumental part of nomadic light cavalry warfare, which was present in Eastern Europe throughout the late Middle Ages. 

Round the 16-17th century sabers were part of every man's outfit (nobles or lesser ranked soldiers) in Hungary, Poland, Transylvania and in the Ottoman Empire.

Check out this video about our Hajdú saber:

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Very popular weapon throughout Eurasia, in the Carpathian Basin, is was largely used by Hungarians. This type of sword has a characteristical ball rounded cross guard and a slightly curved blade.

The crossguard and pommel are made of brass. 

  Saber from the IX-XII. Century, guard and pommel made of brass
  Saber from the IX-XII. Century, guard and pommel made of brass
  Saber from the IX-XII. Century, guard and pommel made of brass
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This scabbard is made of hardwood, covered with leather, has iron fittings. As the sabre blades are differrent, the scabbards are made as unique pieces too. 

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This scabbard is made of hardwood, with iron fittings. As the sabre blades are differrent, the scabbards are made as unique pieces too. 

Hardwood Scabbard for sabres
Hardwood Scabbard for sabres
Hardwood Scabbard for sabres
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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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This saber is made based on the artifact found in Karos-Eperjeszög.

IX-X. Century Hungarian sabre shape, made for re-enactment use. 

Sabre from Karos-Eperjeszög (Hungary)
Sabre from Karos-Eperjeszög (Hungary)
Sabre from Karos-Eperjeszög (Hungary)
Sabre from Karos-Eperjeszög (Hungary)
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Similar sabers were found in Pecheneg, Cuman and other Eastern-European graves.
Recommended for reenactment fights.
Ultralight Saber "Steppe Wind"
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This is the ancestor of the Hungarian Hussar officer sabre.

The spike on the crossguard serves to fix the crossguard and also to stick the weapon to the scabbard.

We make this weapon for re-enactment use. 

  Hungarian Saber from the XVI. Century - "The Hellish Quart Hajdú Saber"
  Hungarian Saber from the XVI. Century - "The Hellish Quart Hajdú Saber"
  Hungarian Saber from the XVI. Century - "The Hellish Quart Hajdú Saber"
  Hungarian Saber from the XVI. Century - "The Hellish Quart Hajdú Saber"
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This is the ancestor of the Hungarian Hussar officer saber.

The spike on the crossguard serves to fix the crossguard and also to stick the weapon to the scabbard.

We make this weapon for re-enactment use. 

This type of saber was named "polish saber" because this guard was used in Poland very wide range.

Hungarian Saber from the XVI. Century with extra handguard
Hungarian Saber from the XVI. Century with extra handguard
Hungarian Saber from the XVI. Century with extra handguard
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Persian sabre with 3 mm edge thickness, for re-enactment use. Simplified version of the persian karabela.

The blade has a false edge, made of 51CrV4 steel, the pommel and guard are made of yellow brass.  

Persian saber for reenactment "Karabela"
Persian saber for reenactment "Karabela"
Persian saber for reenactment "Karabela"
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