Early Renaissance, Late Medieval Falchion
This fully functional Falchion is an example from around 1530 differs from earlier medieval types in as much as the blade is not as wide and comes to an effective stabbing point. Styled after the type of sword in common use in the many wars between France and the Italian City States as France tried to dominate the lucrative Italian trading networks,
Pirate Captain's Cutlass
Hand Forged Pirate Captain Cutlass with solid brass furniture - The Bruce Brookhart Collection from Kingdom of Arms
This form of cutlass or hanger saw wide use thru out the western world both in the hunt and in war. With its short blade it was ideal for use in crowded shipboard conflicts but was also prized for it’s ease to carry as it was small and light and allows for freedom in movement when running or riding.
Handmade Functional Sgian Dubh with Hand Forged Blade. Cow Bone Endcap.
The elite Kingdom of Arms Early Dress Sgian Dubh features a hand hammered 5160 carbon steel blade as the originals were made, full tang, heat treated and tempered as the originals, with a sharp edge.
The Medieval Anglo Saxon Utility Knife, Handmade Functional
The elite Kingdom of Arms Anglo Saxon Utility Knife features a hand hammered 5160 carbon steel blade as the originals were made, full tang, heat treated and tempered as the originals, with a sharp edge. The forging was left on the top portion of the blade to show they are hand hammered.