Deepeeka Swords

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.
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Bone Handled Gladiator Dolch

Item # AH-6251B
Perfectly suited to the combat of the gladiatorial arenas, short weapons like this Bone Handled Gladiator Dolch were used by many a Roman gladiator. As weapons, they also helped ensure an exciting match for the spectators, too.

Brass Basket Hilt Scottish Sword

Item # AH-3291
The basket hilt sword developed alongside the rapier, and was often dubbed a broadsword in comparison. This Brass Basket Hilt Scottish Sword is, by name and style, of the Scottish origin, where heavier swords were more favored.

Brass Crown Basket Rapier

Item # AH-3340
Given that training with a sword became a formal part of a gentlemans education during the 16th and 17th centuries, sword duels began to flourish. This Brass Crown Basket Rapier is a design that depicts the style of swords in this era.

Brass Handled Gladiator Dolch

Item # AH-6251
Perfectly suited to the combat of the gladiatorial arenas, short weapons like this Brass Handled Gladiator Dolch were used by many a Roman gladiator. As weapons, they also helped ensure an exciting match for the spectators, too.

Bronze Celtic Antennae Sword

Item # AH-2101
Not all Celtic weapons were designed with function in mind. Take, for example, the Bronze Celtic Antennae Sword. This weapon features an effective blade and a hilt set with a flowing, decorative pommel, all cast in bronze.

Celtic Short Sword

Item # AH-4324
Not all situations called for a traditional sword. Sometimes, a warrior needed something smaller, but still big enough to be battle-ready. In those moments, Celtic warriors would likely reach for a blade like this Celtic Short Sword.

Chained Renaissance Saber

Item # AH-4226
Not all sabers are curved swords that saw use in the military. Some, like this Chained Renaissance Saber, were more ornate pieces that would suit the style of a duelist, renaissance gentleman, or a sword-master who has need of a blade.

Chieftain's Viking Sword with Scabbard

Item # AH-3305M
Modeled after the typical Viking sword, this blade is a weapon fit for a Viking leader or warlord. Historical in its design, the Chieftain's Viking Sword with Scabbard is a straight-forward blade that was designed for battle.

Cinquedea Short Sword

Item # AH-4110N
Born of the Italian renaissance, the Cinquedea Short Sword was a popular weapon during the 15th and early 16th centuries. Named for its width (cinquedea means five fingers), it was favored by civilians, thanks to its hardy make.

Classic Medieval Long Sword

Item # AH-3415
As swords evolved from the Middle Ages to the High and Late Middle Ages, they became longer and stronger. This Classic Medieval Long Sword, for instance, is an example of a Late Middle Age sword, made for use with one or two hands.

Classical Swept Hilt Rapier

Item # AH-3321
For the most part, swordplay was solely the province of warriors in history. At least, that remained true until the 16th century, when swordplay became popular with civilians and swords like this Classical Swept Hilt Rapier became common.

Cluny Hand and a Half Sword

Item # AH-3416
A few unique touches are enough to make this Cluny Hand and a Half Sword into a unique medieval arm, one that is not only appealing to look at, but also a fine blade that any warrior would want to carry as their weapon of choice.