The Knight sword also call the knightly sword was used in from the 12th through the 14th century. The knight sword has simple straight cross guard and round disc style pommel. A wide fuller blade made it a very fast and maneuverable sword making it awesome cutting power while increasing thrusting ability. The knightly sword retained enough lightness that it could be swung easily in one hand from horseback, but allowed the warrior to use the blade in two hands while on foot during hand to hand combat. This feature made the blade very easy to move quickly and very powerfully with relatively little effort. These new features of the knight sword made it an effective weapon against mail armour in the 13th century making it the most popular sword in battles. The knight sword is depicted in period artwork more than any sword at that time. Many sword enthusiast have the knight sword as part of their medieval collection from the Middle Ages. Our Knight swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Knight swords. All our Knight Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.
Reproduced from an authentic blade sold at auction in Brussels in 2011, the Medieval French Monarch Sword resembles historical swords found in an arsenal of weapons used during the later period of the Hundred Years War.
Medieval warriors did not always own extravagant weapons festooned with jewels and engravings. On the battlefield, a soldier of the Middle Ages likely would have fought with a weapon resembling this Medieval Knight Bastard Sword.
The Medieval Knight Sword with Scabbard Belt is the ideal sword for creating a knightly warrior look, whether used as a decor piece or carried as part of a costume. This display sword has a straightforward and historical look.
This Medieval Knights Sword with Scabbard is the quintessential Type XIV sword, according to Oakeshott typology. While historically smaller than most swords of its day, it makes up for size with quickness and responsiveness.
This Medieval Knights Sword with Scabbard and Belt is the quintessential Type XIV sword, according to Oakeshott typology. While historically smaller than most swords of its day, it makes up for size with quickness and responsiveness.
From Northern Europe, Prince Valiant is a literary character known for his courage. The Prince Valiant Sword by Marto commemorates this fictional hero found in the adventures of King Arthur and the Knights of the Roundtable.
No medieval reenactment is complete without an intense and hair raising battle! Crafted specifically for reenactment and stage combat use, the Single Handed Knight Broadsword is the functional and authentic sword you are looking for.
Few knights are as famous and infamous as Lancelot du Lac, also known as Lancelot of the Lake, one of King Arthurs greatest knights. Honoring this figure, both a great knight and a flawed man, is the Sir Lancelot Sword, by Marto.
The Tewkesbury Sword is an example of a medieval long sword, featuring a gently tapered sword blade that looks like it would excel at both cutting and thrusting. That makes it the ideal weapon to find in the hand of any medieval warrior.
Join the few who own The Medieval Knight Elite Series Sword by Darksword Armory. This powerful blade is part of an elite series of swords crafted using the strictest guidelines, providing you with a spectacular medieval weapon.
The first in a series of performance oriented swords designed by Gus Trim and produced by Kingston Arms, this Type XVIII Knights Sword features the classic diamond cross section typical of short swords wielded in the 15th century.