Gradually, Deepeeka has established itself as one of the known manufacturers of medieval arms and armour, featuring a diverse array of historical weapons modeled and patterned after actual historical antiques. We are happy to offer you a selection of their medieval arms taken from various ages, ranging from Greek and Roman weapons all the Viking arms, medieval weapons, and beyond. These weapons are all made from quality metals, oftentimes featuring polished iron or brass finishes to recreate a realistic and historic look, although stainless steel finishes are not uncommon either. Many of weapons featured here are manufactured by Deepeeka to resemble actual weapons found on archaeological digs or displayed in museums across the world, adding an incredible touch of realism to virtually every item offered. Many of the swords are clearly featured from different stages of European history, ranging from Greek era weapons like the kopis to Roman era weapons like the gladius, the spatha, and pilum, and beyond, up to and including medieval era weapons like the longsword, the halberd, and more. If you're a connoisseur of ancient arms and find yourself in want of a classic, historic looking weapon taken straight off the pages of a history book, than you're in luck, because that's virtually exactly what you'll find here in the Deepeeka category.
This 11th C. Viking Sword is an almost instantly recognizable style of sword, one that is as iconic as the people who made it famous! In your hands, it will make you feel more like a Viking, allowing you to channel your inner Norseman.
A crusader lived or died, by their blade, so as you can imagine, some took their swords very seriously. For pure efficiency, a sword in the style of this 12th C. Crusader Sword would have been favored, for its shape and its availability.
St. Maurice, also known as Mauritius, was the leader of the Roman Theban Legion during the 3rd century. This 13th C. Sword of St. Maurice venerates him and his actions, which made him the patron saint of soldiers, knights, and warriors.
Based on a famous museum piece found in the Royal Armouries in Leeds, this 1432 Milanese Sword with Finger Guard is a part of the Primus collection, as well as stunning recreation of the Type XIX Oakeshott style sword.
Every sword enthusiast needs a stunning piece to complete their collection. The 15th Century Blunted Ring Hilt Sword is just that, its eye catching features and blunted edge making it ideal to be a sword on your wall or your side.
When you are sword fighting, you need a weapon that is functional, alluring, and protective. The 15th Century Ring Hilted Sword encompasses all three of these features, making it your ideal sword for light combative use.
Known as the finest cutting sword ever manufactured, few blades have the history and fame that the 1796 Light Cavalry Saber has. This style of saber was later adopted by several countries, used primarily during the Napoleonic Wars.
This 18th C. Cut and Thrust Sword is a somewhat middle-ground when comes to the evolution of the sword. It features the ornate hilt of later eras, but still possesses a blade that is considerably thicker than the smallsword or rapier.
The cavalry saber has always been a prolific weapon, used during times of war for centuries. The 1940s Soviet General Saber is a stunning depiction of a sword used by officers of the Soviet Army, used both in battle and to show prestige
Similar in design to the gladius, the spatha was a straight sword favored by Roman heavy infantry units. This 3rd Century Roman Spatha is an ornate sword, featuring straight edges that culminate into a vicious, angular point.
Similar in design to the gladius, the spatha was a straight sword favored by Roman heavy infantry units. This 3rd Century Roman Sword is an ornate spatha, featuring long, straight edges that culminate into a vicious, angular point.
The sword of the medieval knight was the arming sword, although this Arming Broad Sword offers a subtle variation on that classic blade. As its name implies, this blade is a bit broader, lending it a more intimidating and powerful form.
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