These ornamental swords are reproduced with attention to every detail by Denix, a famous Spanish replica maker. Swords are replicated to the original size, weight and appearance. Their swords are constructed of high-grade casting alloy and genuine European hardwoods used where applicable, they are giving knowledgeable users and collectors an unique opportunity to own an antique weapon which could only be found in museums. Apart from their technical and artistic aspects, these sword reproductions are unique not only for collectors, but also for those people who wish to give a gift or for someone who wants to decorate their home or office. These swords are great for theatrical productions, not to mention film studios or interior design professionals.
Inspired by the weapons wielded by legendary pirates of old, the Edward Teach Blackbeard Pirate Saber is a magnificent decorative replica. The matching scabbard and a cast metal skull fob are included with this decorative sabre.
The Edward Teach Blackbeard Pirate Scimitar is an eye-catching replica sword inspired by the weapons of legendary swashbucklers. This curved blade features an embossed artistic sea dragon detail and a brass tone D-guard hilt.
Excalibur, the fabled sword of King Arthur, evokes scenes of the Sword in the Stone, the Lady of the Lake, and Camelot. The workman-like lines of this piece by Denix fit the image of the warrior king of the Britons.
Drawing inspiration from Hayreddin Red Beard Barbarossa, a 16th century admiral in control of the Mediterranean Sea under Turkish rule, the Hayreddin Red Beard Barbarossa Brass Saber makes an intriguing addition to sword collections.
Its namesake coming from a Turkish admiral who controlled the 16th century Mediterranean Sea, the Hayreddin Red Beard Barbarossa Brass Scimitar is an impressive take on historical sword styles. A mighty ship appears on its guard.
Add swashbuckling style to your own domain with the Hayreddin Red Beard Barbarossa Silver Cutlass. This decorative collectible sword has a curve blade and takes its name from a historic admiral of the 16th century Ottoman Empire.
Inspired by the famous French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, the Napoleonic Briquet Saber has a regal and classical look to its design. This curved steel blade has a brass tone metal hilt with understated elegance to its curved D-guard.
The graceful lines of this piece by Denix fit the image of the warrior king of the Britons. With its nickel finish and polish zinc alloy blade, Excalibur is a superb decorative sword and conversation piece.
Hugues de Payens was a French Knight in the Champagne region and co-founder and Grand Master of the Knights Templar. At the request of Pope Urban II, he organized nine monk-knights to defend pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land.
The Cutlass was a short slashing sword, ideal for the close-quarters battles aboard great sailing men-of-war. The cutlass was issued to the Naval personnel of many countries, replicating a French style of the early 19th century.
Son of Henry II and King of England, Richard I was known as a powerful king, a chivalrous knight, and a fearless warrior. He was called Coeur de Lion or Richard the Lionheart, and he is also known as the Crusader King.
The Roman Sword, or Gladius, evolved from weapons captured during the Roman campaign in the Iberian peninsula. By the first century A.D., it had been refined to the form shown in this replica by Denix.