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|Norman Nasal Helmet The Norman Helm was made famous by the Norman victory at Hastings, worn by Saxon and Vikings in the 10th and 11th centuries. They can be dated back to the 6th century and were used as late as the 15th century. The helmets gets their name from their solid 'nasal' and reinforced 'eyebrows' pattern, which is borrowed from 11th-13th century style. Ideal for new re-enactors!||BUY NOW|
|Celtic Spangen Helmet This Celtic Spangen helmet and includes hinged cheek protection. It is based on an 11th century piece. This style of conical helmet construction, whereby overlapping metal straps or "spangen" were riveted to dished metal plates to form a skull cap, is known to date back to the 6th century and was used as late as the 15th century.||BUY NOW|
|Viking Horned Helmet The horned helmet is the one most widely depicted in Viking folklore. The fearsome animal nature of the mighty Viking warrior was depicted by the wearing of horns attached to his helmet and just the silhouette of this helmet against a darkening sky would strike terror in the heart of an enemy. Although our horned fantasy helmet is called Viking, there is little evidence that Vikings wore horned helmets. No depiction of Viking Age warriors' helmets and no actually preserved helmet has horns. The idea of horned Viking helmets is a latter-day myth created by national romantic ideas in Sweden at the end of the 19th century, blending the Viking Age with glimpses of the Nordic Bronze Age some 2000 years earlier for which actual horned helmets, probably for ceremonial purposes, are attested in both in petroglyphs and the actual finds.||BUY NOW|
|Viking Helmet This Viking helmet is a very solid construction of 18ga carbon steel. It has hinged cheek plates and a winged neck guard. Ideal 'value' and functional helmet for someone new to re-enactment.||BUY NOW|
|Horsemans Helmet This Horseman's Helmet has a leather look but is constructed completely out of steel. This helmet can be used for re-enacting although it is not recommended for combat. The helmet may differ slightly from the picture in that the 'horse hair' may have slightly more or less volume than depicted and is black in colour.||BUY NOW|
|Italian style spangen Helmet The Spangenhelm is based on an 11th century piece. This style of conical helmet construction, whereby overlapping metal straps or 'spangen' were riveted to dished metal plates to form a skull cap, is known to date back to the 6th century and was used as late as the 15th century. This Spangen helmet features an Italian style brass nose guard, cheek plates and neck protection. Ideally suited for 'Live Action Role Play (LARP)'.||BUY NOW|
|Spangen - Full face (great helm style) This helmet is formed from 16 gauge steel which has a double layer over most of the crown. Offers great visibility for a full face combat helmet. It is Heavy Duty. Circumference: Internal- 685mm, External- 705mm, Diametre: 220mm left to right, 240mm front to back, Height: Front- 370mm, Rear- 290mm, Side- 280mm, Eyeslits: 25mm high and 90mm wide each and 190mm full width||BUY NOW|
|Sugarloaf Helmet **SOLD OUT**The Sugarloaf helmet is a full face helmet that is a cross helmet between the heaulm and the bascinet where the skull of the helmet was pointed like a bascinet and the sides enclosed like a heaulm. They were worn until the third quarter of the century, when the visored bascinet emerged as dominant. Sugarloafs were often adorned with a cross of brass, bronze or latten across the front and decorated with torses and mantles, especially since they were frequently worn in tournaments and in jousts.||BUY NOW|
|Crusader Helmet This Helm is made from 18 ga. polished carbon steel and is heavy duty. It is full a coverage battle helm and is typical of the type used during the Crusader era. The solid construction features a reinforced crown and a perforated face area for good air flow. It was worn with a large amount of padding and provided superb protection. It was often were worn over a smaller helmet, making it almost impossible to penetrate. Circumference: Internal- 740mm, External- 760mm, Diametre: 200mm left to right, 210mm front to back, Height: Front- 320mm, Rear- 280mm, Side- 280mm, Eyeslits: 15mm high and 70mm wide each and 175mm full width||BUY NOW|
|Knights Tournament Helmet This Helm was developed in the 12th century and was used by medieval warriors for over 300 years. It has a brass cross, and menacing, narrow eyeslits on the face plate and was sometimes worn over a smaller helmet and chainmail. The brass accents that are featured on this helmet are a fleur de lis design that is appealing to the eye. This authentic replica can be used for reenactments, stage play, costume parties, or simply mounted for decoration. Circumference: Internal- 670mm, External- 690mm, Diametre: 210mm left to right, 215mm front to back, Height: Front- 280mm, Rear- 225mm, Side- 190mm, Eyeslits: 15mm high and 90mm wide each and 210mm full width||BUY NOW|
|Gaul Intelligenta / Eastern Celtic Helmet Gallic helm, made of polished high carbon steel. The shape of this helm is known as Shishak - The form may be likened to the dome of a Russian church, often called an Onion Dome. The shape begins with a hemisphere, which abruptly increases the angle of curve as it comes to the center, where it quickly rises to a point. Helmets of this shape have been used in the East since time immemorial.||BUY NOW|
|Polish Great Helm This two tone helmet is exquisite in detail. The shape of this helm is known as Shishak - The form may be likened to the dome of a Russian church, often called an Onion Dome. The shape begins with a hemisphere, which abruptly increases the angle of curve as it comes to the center, where it quickly rises to a point. Helmets of this shape have been used in the East since time immemorial.||BUY NOW|
|Simple Bascinet Helmet The basinet was a Medieval European open-faced helmet, typically with an aventail and hinged visor. The early visions sometimes had a neck defense of chainmail, camail, while later versions often protected the neck with a separate but attached plate assembly called a colletin. The bascinet, both with and without visor was the most common helmet worn in Europe during the latter portions of the 14th and early 15th century.||BUY NOW|
|Burgonet Helmet The burgonet was developed in Burgundy, a region of France, and worn most extensively in 16th century Europe. It was used chiefly by cavalry soldiers as a substitute for the heavier close-helms and armets. This impressive full size helmet beautifully detailed in brass affords protection to the neck as well as the head and face and is styled after the burgonet helms worn by Europe’s royal armies of the 1500s. Our exquisite Royal Guards Helm comes complete with a fully articulated visor that adjusts to allow for better air flow and visibility. It is fully wearable and makes a great addition to every armour collection!||BUY NOW|
|Bascinet - 'hounskull' By the middle of the 14th century, most knights discarded the great helm altogether in favor of a fully visored bascinet. The visor was often conical, giving the appearance of a muzzle or a beak. They were sometimes called 'dog faced' (medievally known as a hounskull) or 'pig faced' (a common but strictly modern term). The early versions sometimes had a neck defence of mail called a camail or aventail, while later versions (at the end of the 14th century) often protected the neck with a separate but attached plate assembly, the colletin. The aventail was attached to a leather band, which was in turn attached to the lower border of the bascinet by a series of staples called 'vervelles'. Holes in the leather band were passed over the vervelles, and a waxed cord was passed through the holes in the vervelles to secure it.||BUY NOW|
|Milanese Armet Helmet Milanese is the descriptive term for Italian armor of the 15th Century characterized by an organic, rounded line. Milanese armors are generally made from larger plates than their German gothic counterparts, have little fluting, and are more curvaceous. The Italians fancied the flow these rounded edges gave the helm. This is a tough, robust reproduction of the 15th Century Milanese Helms.||BUY NOW|
| Maximillian Helmet Late 15th, early 16th Century close helm with bellows visor. An excellent re-production, the armet cheek pieces overlap and are held in place by a small latch.
Maximilian became Holy Roman Emperor in 1493 on the death of his father Frederick III. He was skilled at handling weapons and all forms of equestrian sport.
|Jousting Helmet Jousting, is a martial competition between two mounted knights. Though the first recorded tournament was staged in 1066, jousting did not gain in widespread popularity until the 14th century. It maintained its status as a popular European sport until the late 16th century. Points were scored by means of a strike of the lance on the other knight, or by some longer contact. The knights usually jousted in a best-out-of-three system. This helmet is a good example of the types in use in the late 15th century.||BUY NOW|
|Norman 'Fight' Helmet Norman Fight Helmet with a reinforced rivited seam and heavy duty chin strap.||BUY NOW|
|T Barbute Helmet This Barbuta helmet circa 1460 is a prime example of the true genius of early Italian helm smiths! The Barbute style helmet provided visibility so crucially needed in battle while providing protection of the neck. The Barbute was developed in the late 14th century as a helmet for footsoldiers, and was widely used in Italy. It is probably a development of the Bascinet, usually designed to be worn without a mail aventail. The Barbute was common in Italy from the last quarter of the 14th century to the last quarter of the 15th century||BUY NOW|
|Arthurian Helmet Arthurian stylized combat helmet. We all know of the Arthurian legends - have a part of it in your home. The first major popularization of Arthurian legend was in the fictional Historia Regum Britanniae, a medieval equivalent of a bestseller. This helm is suitable for wear or display, this realistic armor helmet makes a unique decoration, gift, or costume headpiece.||BUY NOW|
|Roman Helmet - Multi coloured plumes Our Roman / Carthagian re-enactment helms are based upon helms that were worn from approximately the first century A.D. through the third century A.D. The helms are designed to fit the needs of Roman Period re-enactment groups as well as collectors.||BUY NOW|
|Corinthian with full plume Apparently (judging from artistic and archaeological evidence) the most popular helm during the Archaic and early Classical periods, the style gradually gave way to the pylos type, which was less expensive to manufacture and did not obstruct the wearer's critical senses of vision and hearing.||BUY NOW|
|Corinthian / Spartan Helmet Apparently (judging from artistic and archaeological evidence) the most popular helm during the Archaic and early Classical periods, the style gradually gave way to the pylos type, which was less expensive to manufacture and did not obstruct the wearer's critical senses of vision and hearing.||BUY NOW|
|Corinthian Helmet - copper finish One of the most gorgeous helmets ever produced is the Greek Corinthian helmet. Although the Greeks used many other styles and types, this is the one most closely associated with the Greek Hoplite and Alexander of Macedon.||BUY NOW|
|Troy Helmet - copper finish Trojan Helmet made with copper finish and black horse hair plume. Mycenaean helmet made with copper finish and black horse hair plume. This style of replica was featured in the movie 'TROY' and worn by Achillies as played by Brad Pitt.||BUY NOW|
|Troy Helmet - black finish Trojan Helmet made with black finish and black horse hair plume.||BUY NOW|
|Greco Roman Helmet This spectacular crested helm originally appeared in a more primitive form in Greece around 350 BC, but saw its most popular use during the Roman Empire. It saw service with Legionnaires, Centurions and Legates up to 400 AD and varied from plain to decorative. Our version is adorned with a handsome horsehair crest fit for any officer. Although it does not represent any specific helmet, the style appears in many art artifacts through history. A must for any collector of fine militaria.||BUY NOW|
| Roman Imperial Gallic - Type I All Brass - Type I.
This helmet dates from the last half of the first century, which continued through the second and third centuries. It is essentially the same design as othe Imperial Gallic helmets but differs in that it was made in the cupric alloy orichalcum (brass) instead of iron. Brass helmets suggest a higher rank, perhaps that of optio.
|Roman Imperial Gallic - Type H This helmet is a modern reconstruction of a second century centurion's helmet. The embossed eyebrows and the circular brass bosses are typical of Imperial Gallic helmets. There are several different styles of Imperial Gallic helmets and it was more than likely a matter of personal preference and/or armoury issue as to what type was worn by a particular Roman soldier.||BUY NOW|
|Roman Imperial Gallic - Type G The original example of this distinct type was found in a cave near Hebron, Israel, and as it was probably war-loot of the Jewish Zealots of the Bar Kochba Revolt under Hadrian, can be closely dated. It is the earliest Roman helmet discovered in which the post-Dacian Wars crossbars were probably part of the original construction, as evidenced by the brass lunate decorations applied between the crossbars. During the time of the Dacian Wars with Germanic tribes, Imperial Roman soldiers began reinforcing their helmets with added plates and crossbars. These additions added strength along with beauty and protected against the German's heavy swords and axes.||BUY NOW|
| Roman Trooper This authentic helmet replica is formed from 18 gauge steel to match the originals. The formidably tough Roman Legionnaire marched triumphantly from the cold mists of England to the hot, dry plains of the mid-East relying on this helmet for head protection.
It is speculated that the plume whilst magnificent was impractical on a day-to-day basis and therefore used mainly only for parade.
| Roman Kings - Italic D This authentic helmet replica is formed from 18 gauge steel to match the originals. The formidably tough Roman Legionnaire marched triumphantly from the cold mists of England to the hot, dry plains of the mid-East relying on this helmet for head protection.
This helmet will take a plume.
|Roman Officers Helmet Our Roman Officers Helmet features a lovely full red hair plume and is hand crafted in brass. This helmet is full size and wearable and is a great addition to any collection.||BUY NOW|
|Mail Coif The use of mail was prominent throughout the High Middle Ages , and reached its apex in the 13th century , when full body suits of mail armour were developed.||BUY NOW|
|Riveted Mail Coif 9mm Riveted ring. Extremely durable and 100% battle ready - Guaranteed!||BUY NOW|
|Greek Barbute Helmet This helm has excellent visibility whilst offering full face protection. The reinforcement on the helm has decorative scalloped edges across the crown and all the way around the back of the helm.||BUY NOW|
|Fancy Mail Coif **SOLD OUT** 9mm Butted ring. 100% battle ready. Daggered edges sit magnificently over a mail tunic and add a extra dimension to your medieval look.||BUY NOW|
|Pointed 'Kettle Hat' Warriors Helmet Called by many names, chapel de fer, war hat or kettle hat, the broad brimmed, open face helmet was the most popular of all helmets for fighting on foot. The broad brim shields blows from hand weapons, and offers protection from missiles from above.||BUY NOW|
|Domed 'Kettle Hat' Warriors Helmet Called by many names, chapel de fer, war hat or kettle hat, the broad brimmed, open face helmet was the most popular of all helmets for fighting on foot. The broad brim shields blows from hand weapons, and offers protection from missiles from above.||BUY NOW|
|European Barbute Helmet European Barbute - simple design. Size:680mm circ, 290mm height, Weight:1.49kg, Gauge: 1.1mm. (18 gauge)||BUY NOW|
|Heartshaped Barbute Helmet Heart Shaped Barbute for the romantic or female warrior.||BUY NOW|
|European Deluxe Barbute Helmet European Barbute - sturdy design and pre-fitted with webbing and chin strap. Ideal for re-enactors.||BUY NOW|
|European - Open Sallet The “Little War Helm” with an open face design was popular in the mid 1400’s. Less confining than visored helms, it left vision unobstructed allowing freedom of movement.||BUY NOW|
|Heavy duty Sallet Heavy duty (1.6mm mild steel) Sallet - Fully articulated 'scorpian' tail and articulated visor. Heavy duty and handmade||BUY NOW|
|Black Knight Tourney Helm Black knight tourney helmet with hinged front visor/grill. Perfectly suited to taking a crest or plume. Designed to be worn over an inner helmet or steel skull cap.||BUY NOW|
|Mail - haubergeon - Mid length Made from 16 gauge (1.5mm diameter) wire. This suit has 120 links going down and 140 links across the chest. The sleeves are mid-length ending on the forearm. It is 100% Battle ready. This suit of mail is linked in a 1-4 pattern. Mail (also maille , often given as chain mail or chain maille , though this is a modern usage) is a type of armour or jewelry that consists of small metal rings linked together in a pattern to form a mesh. Mail can sometimes be punctured by a spear or shorn by the blow from a heavy axe or sword and its flexibility means that its wearer is still somewhat vulnerable to blunt weapons. Nevertheless, it was an effective and popular defense for its ability to stop cutting weapons from piercing the skin.A shirt made from mail is a hauberk, if knee-length; haubergeon if mid-thigh length, and byrnie if waist-length.||BUY NOW|
|Mail - hauberk - Full length - includes Coif This mail suit is full length (sleeves to the wrist) even on a very tall person up to 210cm tall. There are 125 links down and 150 links across the chest. It is supplied with matching coif. Made from 16 gauge (1.5mm diameter) wire. 100% Battle ready. Mail was invented some time in the mid 1st millennium BC , but it is unknown where and by whom it was first used. Several patterns of linking the rings together have been known since ancient times, with the most common being the 1-to-4 pattern (where each ring is linked with four others). In Europe, the 1-to-4 pattern was completely dominant. A shirt made from mail is a hauberk, if knee-length; haubergeon if mid-thigh length, and byrnie if waist-length.||BUY NOW|
|Rivetted Maille 9mm Riveted ring. Extremely durable and 100% battle ready - Guaranteed!||BUY NOW|
|Templar Mail 9mm Butted ring. Full size mail suit with Christian cross of blackened rings made directly into the weave.
Measures 110cm around chest, 100cm long and has elbow (mid) length sleeves
|Mail Gloves - Fingered Full fingered Mail Gloves. When used with the correct inner glove these offer superb hand protection with the flexibility of mail. Perfect addition to a suit of mail.||BUY NOW|
|Shield Boss Steel Shield boss. Ever wanted to make your own shield? Sport your own crest and colours? Now is your chance with this boss, some paint and some wood.||BUY NOW|
|Shield Boss - Brass Brass Shield boss. Ever wanted to make your own shield? Sport your own crest and colours? Now is your chance with this boss, some paint and some wood.||BUY NOW|
|Muscle Plate This muscle bound breast and back plate is hand forged and while only 16 ga it is well and truly strong enough for the re-enactor and a beautiful addition to any collection. Because of the hand forged method of construction of this item no two pieces are identical. Backplate also included.||BUY NOW|
|Brass Muscle Breastplate Brass muscle breastplate for wearing into battle or simply to display. Breast plate includes armoured skirt as depicted. Yes this is real brass and backplate also included.||BUY NOW|
|Brass Finish Muscle Breastplate Brass finish muscle breastplate for wearing into battle or simply to display. Breast plate includes armoured skirt as depicted. Please note this is not brass but steel with a brass finish.||BUY NOW|
|Black Muscle Cuirass Black painted muscle armour can be padded for a comfortable fit. Includes leather armoured skirt as depicted. Backplate also included.||BUY NOW|
|Muscle Plate - Copper finish This muscle bound breast and back plate is hand forged and while only 16 ga it is well and truly strong enough for the re-enactor and a beautiful addition to any collection. Because of the hand forged method of construction of this item no two pieces are identical. This item is steel with a copper finish.||BUY NOW|
|Leather (Muscle Formed) Breastplate Muscle formed leather breastplate, comfortable protection and a beautifully simple design.||BUY NOW|
|18 ga Breastplate (XL - fit Henry VIIIth girth) This breastplate will ideally fit someone with a 1200mm (48inch) chest but is suitable for modification of the straping and slight reshaping to fit much smaller builds. It is made of polished 18ga carbon steel. For an XL person.||BUY NOW|
|18 ga Breastplate This breastplate will fit those with a medium to large frame but is suitable for modification of the straping and slight reshaping to fit other builds. It is made of polished 18ga carbon steel. The measurements are 390mm (height) by 1200mm (chest).||BUY NOW|
|Fluted Cuirass / Breastplate and Faulds The various flutings on this armour were not only decorations, but used to reinforce the the plate against bending under blunt impact. They also can cause any strike by a thrusting weapon (a graze rather than a square hit) to glance off the surface of the plate and be less likely to slide into a more vulnerable joint. The faulds are completely articulated and are suitable for mounted combat.||BUY NOW|
|Fleur de Lis pattern Breastplate Stylish 18 gauge breastplate with fleur de leis pattern. An exquisite addition to any collection.||BUY NOW|
|Neck guard and shoulder pauldrons Neck and shoulder plates. Perfect addition to mail or leather armour. Ideal 'cheap' armour for new re-enactors. Don't let the word cheap fool you because this is still a quality item, click on the image to view a larger photo and see the detail. Like all our amour, this piece is 100% battle ready.||BUY NOW|
|Spaulders - 4 Plate This pair of spaulders offers fantastic movement and shoulder protection for re-enactors. Spaulders are armored plates worn upon the arm in a suit of plate armour for protection of the upper arm and shoulder area. Developed in the Middle Ages, spaulders continued to be worn well into the Renaissance.||BUY NOW|
|Spaulders - 5 Plate This pair of spaulders offers fantastic movement and shoulder protection for re-enactors. Spaulders are armored plates worn upon the arm in a suit of plate armour for protection of the upper arm and shoulder area. Developed in the Middle Ages, spaulders continued to be worn well into the Renaissance.||BUY NOW|
|Embossed arm braces (pair) This pair of embossed braces offer fantastic arm protection for re-enactors. Matches Neck and shoulder piece.||BUY NOW|
|Studded leather arm braces **SOLD OUT** This pair of studded leather braces offer fantastic arm protection for re-enactors.||BUY NOW|
|Leg Greaves This pair of Roman style leg greaves offer complete leg protection for re-enactors.||BUY NOW|
|Neck guard - Gorget **SOLD OUT** Front and back plates included for neck protection. Can be shaped to fit all size shoulders.||BUY NOW|
|Shaped Gorget A gorget is a steel collar designed to protect the throat. It is intended to protect against swords and other non-projectile weapons. Most medieval versions of gorgets were simple neck protectors that were worn under the breastplate and backplate set.||BUY NOW|
|Poleyns / knee cops The poleyn was a component of Medieval and Renaissance armour that protected the knee. During the transition from mail armour to plate armour, this was among the earliest plate components to develop.||BUY NOW|
|Cuisses and poleyns Cuisses are a form of medieval armour worn to protect the thigh. The word is the plural of the French word cuisse meaning 'thigh'. Cuisses were commonly worn by knights by the 12th century.||BUY NOW|
|Gothic Bevor A bevor is a piece of plate armour designed to protect the neck, much like a gorget. This bevor is made of multiple articulated lamés around the neck and chin.||BUY NOW|
|Breastplate Small Size: 36cm - shoulder to waist, 51cm underarm to underarm, 50cm waist, Weight: 1.4kg, This extra small breastplate is the front plate only.||BUY NOW|
|Light Spaulders 4 lame 4 Lame spaulders - well fitting and highly articulated.||BUY NOW|
|Gauntlets - european This pair of 14 gauge fingered full cuff gauntlets offer complete articulated hand protection for re-enactors. Also makes a perfect addition to any collection.||BUY NOW|
|Gothic Gauntlets - long cuffs This pair of 14 gauge long cuff gothic gauntlets offer complete articulated hand protection for re-enactors. Also makes a perfect addition to any collection.||BUY NOW|
|Lamellar - medium This heavy duty leather armour is made from 5mm hardened leather plates. Has over 230 individual plates. Each plate has been wax and heat treated to get the best resilience and performance. Speckled brown and cream in colour.||BUY NOW|
|Banded Leather braces Banded leather arm braces - Made from 5mm leather with 4mm mild steel bands. Length approx 340mm wrist to elbow. Is shaped to fit around the elbow and comes with a fully padded insert.||BUY NOW|
|Banded Leather shoulders Banded leather shoulders - Made from 6mm hardened leather with 4mm mild steel. Length approx 380mm top of the shoulder to elbow. Is shaped to fit around the elbow and comes with a fully padded insert.||BUY NOW|
|Viking Round Shield The spear and shield were the most basic armaments of the Viking warrior; most would probably also wear a knife of some description, commonly of the seax type.||BUY NOW|
|Lion Shield This lion shield is worthy of any knight and will add that finishing touch to your suit of full plate, whether it is displayed in your home or worn on the battlefield.||BUY NOW|
|Classic "Saxon" or "Migration" Sword Tempered blade, with a hidden, forged rat-tail, full length tang. Comes with complete scabbard, which includes - locket and chape. During the Viking age , the swords grew slightly in length to 37" (930 mm) and took on a slightly more acute distal taper and point. These blades had deep fullers running their length, yet still had single handed hilts which often sported a 'brazil nut' shaped pommel . While the pattern of hilt and blade design of this time might readily be called 'The Viking sword' to do so would be to neglect the wide spread popularity it enjoyed. All over continental Europe between 700-1150 AD this design and its small variations could be found.||BUY NOW|
|Longsword Tempered blade with full encapsulated tang and peened end. Comes with complete scabbard, which includes - locket and chape. The late medieval longsword , also colloquially referred to as bastard-sword or hand-and-a-half sword , is a type of straight-bladed European sword . Contemporary terms included Langschwert ("long sword") in German , spadone ("large sword") in Italian and montante in Portuguese.Use of these swords lasted from roughly 1250 to 1550 , declined in the late 16th century, and they were obsolete by the early 17th century.||BUY NOW|
|Viking Sword During the Viking age , the swords grew slightly in length to 37" (930 mm) and took on a slightly more acute distal taper and point. These blades had deep fullers running their length, yet still had single handed hilts which often sported a 'brazil nut' shaped pommel . While the pattern of hilt and blade design of this time might readily be called 'The Viking sword' to do so would be to neglect the wide spread popularity it enjoyed. All over continental Europe between 700-1000 AD this design and its small variations could be found.||BUY NOW|
|Archers Sword Archer's Sword With Leather Grip and Leather Scabbard. Tempered Blade. The Archer's Sword was common during the turbulent 14th and 15th centuries. Its one-handed grip and moderate blade length were popular with archers of the period, being easily carried so as not to encumber the use of the bow.||BUY NOW|
|Medieval 'Arming' Sword **SOLD OUT** Medieval Arming Sword with Steel Pommel & Guard and Leather-bound Grip & Scabbard. Tempered blade.
The arming sword (also sometimes called a knight's or knightly sword) is the single handed cruciform sword of the High Middle Ages, in common use between ca. 1000 and 1350, possibly remaining in rare use into 16th century. Arming swords are generally considered to be descendant from the Viking swords
|Pugio blade or Leaf Sword **BACKORDER** The Greek, Roman and early celtic swords were dual-purpose weapons with leaf-shaped blades. These blades were designed for both cutting and thrusting. With the advance of technology, swords became quaint curiosities. They were very much a weapon of second choice, drawn only once a hoplite's spear had been shattered in the spear-fighting. Fighting with spear and shield mainly required courage, strength and stamina to push on through the enemy line. In the Greek swords, the emphasis was placed on the downward cut and single-bladed swords were designed to maximise the force of the blow. The blade tang is bolted to a Solid Brass pommel. Supplied with a Black Leather Scabbard with a Brass ring on the top. The distinct shape of the Pugio blade was excellent for a close quarters fight, and was used throughout the Roman legions. Blade is made of EN 45 High Carbon Tempered Steel.||BUY NOW|
|Mercenary Sword (Great sword) The Mercenary sword is an imposing yet well-balanced two-handed sword in the 15th century style. Tempered blade, with a hidden, forged, full length tang. Featuring a polished steel S-curve guard and scent stopper pommel, this is a desirable piece for the well-armed soldier of fortune. This blade is huge and fully tempered to make it a great battle ready sword. The blade itself and the edges near the hilt are 5mm thick. Edge of the blade is approx 2.3mm. It is a full encapsulated tang, meaning as much of the blade is within the handle as possible. It is tempered and with exception to a sharp tip it is definitely battle ready... not to mention a great buy.||BUY NOW|
|Tibati sword The Tibati is a 27 inch blade with a single edge. Comes with complete scabbard, which includes - locket and chape. The sword of primitive simplicity is a silver sword that ancient warrior used in Tibet. The hilt and pommel is composed of a ornate silver-stylised casting. The heavy single edge blade is very thick making it a safe practise/training or theatrical sword.||BUY NOW|
|Lionhead sword While not a medieval sword this sword has a beautiful brass cast lionhead hilt and pommel with steel sheath. It would make an exceptional addition to any collection.||BUY NOW|
|Dagger This dagger is a great dress dagger or eating implement. While a functionally battle ready dagger it also makes a great collectors item.||BUY NOW|
|Double Hawk Axe Double bladed throwing axe.||BUY NOW|
|Heavy Hawk/Axe Heavy throwing axe.||BUY NOW|
|Peace Pipe Axe The pipe tomahawk is an ingenious combination of weapon and smoking pipe, developed by Euro-Americans for trade with Native people. Iroquois men traded furs for these popular tomahawks. Ornate examples were presented at treaty signings as diplomatic gifts to Indian leaders, who carried them as a sign of their prestige.||BUY NOW|
|Blunt Spear head Hand forged spear head designed for re-enactors.
You have a choice of 300mm (267grams) or 400mm (353grams), please indicate which you prefer when you order.
Please note the spears are real and are NOT toys.
No pole included.
|Spear head fancy Training spear head. No pole included.
Not for re-enactment DISPLAY use.
Please note the blades are real and are NOT toys.
|Practical Viking Sword Full tang, rounded and blunted. A 'ready-to-go' sword for the re-enactor. This sword has a brass cross guard and pommel.||BUY NOW|
|Practical Hex Pommel Sword This sword has a braided leather handle which covers the full tang design of the sword. It features a deep fuler and an hexagonal pommel.||BUY NOW|
|Practical Sword Size: 720mm Blade, 885mm Overall, Weight: 1.4kg. Full tang, rounded and blunted - combat sword. A 'ready-to-go' sword for the re-enactor. This sword features a full tang bade that is peened through the pommel. It is destined to become one of your favourite swords!.||BUY NOW|
|Falcata Sword Deluxe with scabbard The falcata-like swords were derived from the sickle-shape knives of the Iron Age, that too explains their ritual uses. It is thought that it was introduced in the Iberian Peninsula by the Celts who spread the iron technology.||BUY NOW|
|Flammenschwert Two-handed Sword A flame-bladed sword or wave-bladed sword has a characteristicly undulating style of blade. The wave in the blade is often considered to contribute a flame-like quality to the appearance of a sword. While largely decorative, some attributes of the waved blade were useful in combat.||BUY NOW|
|Viking Warriors Axe This axe is massive and needs two hands in the thick of battle. Approx. size (as all are handmade) Handle full length 60cm, Axe head measurements; handle edge 4.45cm, front edge 12.7cm, width 20cm||BUY NOW|
|Two Handed Bearded Axe This axe is massive and really does need two hands for battle. It features a decorated axe head. Approx. size (as all are handmade), Handle full length 83.8cm, Axe head measurements, handle edge 4.45cm, front edge 15.87cm, width 22.22cm||BUY NOW|
|Halberd A halberd (or Swiss voulge) is a two-handed pole weapon that came to prominent use during the 14th and 15th centuries. Possibly the word halberd comes from the German words Halm (staff), and Barte (axe). The halberd consists of an axe blade topped with a spike mounted on a long shaft.||BUY NOW|
|Toothpick Dagger This dagger features a 30cm blade with a hidden tang. It would make a fantastic eating knife. The 15cm handle is wooden & brass. Comes with a 32.5cm black leather sheath with belt loop. Overall length in sheath - 47.5cm||BUY NOW|
|Crescent arrowhead Handcrafted arrowhead just waiting to be fletched. Approx: length - 73mm , Approx. weight - 23grams||BUY NOW|
|Padded Arming Cap Padded arming cap, designed to be worn underneath helmets. Very popular addition to any helmet intended to be worn.||BUY NOW|
|Medieval Cloak with Hood Beautiful velvet-like medieval cloak with full generous hood lined in satin. Trimmed in 100% cotton stitched braid. Available in black, blue, red & white. Sizes S = body height 166 - 171 cm (65 - 68 inch) M = body height 172 - 177 cm (68 - 69 inch) L = body height 178 - 183 cm (70 - 72 inch) XL = body height 184 - 194 cm (73 - 76 inch)||BUY NOW|
|Men's kilt with scarf Kilt with scarf - perfect for the dark ages or just to show off your legs! 100% cotton Belt not included. Sizes S = waist (31.5 inch) length (23 inch), M = waist (33.5 inch) length (23.5 inch), L = waist (37 inch) length (24.5 inch), XL = waist (40 inch) length (25.5 inch)||BUY NOW|
|European medieval style trousers These European medieval style trousers feature an elastic waist (for easy fit) and toggle cuffs on the ankles. Made from 100% cotton. Available in brown/white or black/white. Sizes: S = waist 80cm trouser length 98cm, M = waist 86cm trouser length 104cm, L = waist 94cm trouser length 108cm, XL = waist 102cm trouser length 114cm||BUY NOW|
|Button up medieval pant Medieval style pant with button up flies and button cuff on ankle. Made from an authentic medieval style rustic woven cotton. Available in brown or black. Sizes: S = waist 80cm trouser length 98cm, M = waist 86cm trouser length 104cm, L = waist 94cm trouser length 108cm, XL = waist 102cm trouser length 114cm||BUY NOW|
|European medieval style shirt This shirt matches the European medieval style trousers. It features a plain V-neckline, toggle buttons and 'Landsknecht' style sleeves. Made from 100% cotton Belt not included. Available in brown/white or black/white and red/black. Sizes: S = arm length 59cm chest 116cm shoulder length 48cm shirt length back 76cm, M = arm length 61cm chest 126cm shoulder length 51 shirt length back 79cm, L = arm length 64cm chest 138cm shoulder length 53cm shirt length back 81cm, XL = arm length 66cm chest 151cm shoulder length 56cm shirt length back 84cm||BUY NOW|
|Lace-up shirt This collared shirt features a lace-up neckline. Made from 100% heavy cotton Belt not included. Available in black, brown, cream, red, green or white. Sizes: S = arm length 59cm chest 116cm shoulder length 48cm shirt length back 76cm, M = arm length 61cm chest 126cm shoulder length 51 shirt length back 79cm, L = arm length 64cm chest 138cm shoulder length 53cm shirt length back 81cm, XL = arm length 66cm chest 151cm shoulder length 56cm shirt length back 84cm||BUY NOW|
|Toggle shirt This grandpa collared shirt features generous gathering across the chest and back. Toggles on the front and cuffs and to the appeal. Made from 100% cotton Belt not included. Available in black,cream, or white. Sizes: S = arm length 59cm chest 116cm shoulder length 48cm shirt length back 76cm, M = arm length 61cm chest 126cm shoulder length 51 shirt length back 79cm, L = arm length 64cm chest 138cm shoulder length 53cm shirt length back 81cm, XL = arm length 66cm chest 151cm shoulder length 56cm shirt length back 84cm||BUY NOW|
|Scottish tartan gown This traditional Scottish gown comes in 4 pieces. Chemise made from 100% cotton featuring imitation pearl buttons. Bodice made from black velvet fabric and featuring a tartan lace. Skirt made from tartan fabric - 65% cotton and 35% polyester. Shawl made from tartan fabric and featuring a black fringe. Pictured over a crinoline (crinoline and necklace not included).Sizes (made to measure is available for an additional AUD$60) S = bust 84-88cm waist 66-71cm length of skirt from waist to hem 104cm, M = bust 89-96cm waist 72-78cm length of skirt from waist to hem 107cm, L = bust 97-104cm waist 79-86cm length of skirt from waist to hem 109cm, XL = bust 105-111cm waist 87-94cm length of skirt from waist to hem 112cm||BUY NOW|
|Baroque gown This exquisite gown comes in 3 pieces. Chemise made from a high quality satin fabric. Fully lined bodice made from black velvet fabric and velvet lace. Skirt made from brocade damask and black velvet. Pictured over a crinoline (crinoline not included). Sizes: (made to measure is available for an additional AUD$60) S = bust 84-88cm waist 66-71cm length of skirt from waist to hem 104cm, M = bust 89-96cm waist 72-78cm length of skirt from waist to hem 107cm, L = bust 97-104cm waist 79-86cm length of skirt from waist to hem 109cm, XL = bust 105-111cm waist 87-94cm length of skirt from waist to hem 112cm||BUY NOW|
|Helmet stand x 1 Display your helmet collection proudly on these decorative wooden stands. Each stand measures 440mm $19 each or 4 four for $60.||BUY NOW|
|Viking Knife Viking feasting banquet knife with spiral in handle. All are handmade.||BUY NOW|
|Viking Knife Viking feasting banquet knife with curl on handle end. All are handmade.||BUY NOW|
|Medieval Iron Lock A medieval style iron lock. Sturdy and perfect for securing your re-enactment chests and boxes.||BUY NOW|
|Crusader Belt Leather belt with crusader cross design metal buckle. Buckle measures 9cm in diameter, Belt width is 4cm, Belt length is 124cm - easily shortened.||BUY NOW|
|Lion Head Belt Leather belt with medieval lion head metal buckle. Buckle measures 7cm x 9cm, Belt width is 4cm, Belt length is 124cm - easily shortened.||BUY NOW|
|Celtic Belt Leather belt with medieval Celtic design metal buckle. Buckle measures 17cm x 7cm, Belt width is 4cm, Belt length is 124cm - easily shortened.||BUY NOW|
|Viking Toggle Boots Handcrafted leather boots with toggles. Available in 280mm long & 300mm long. Flat hard leather soles - no heel||BUY NOW|
|Viking Boots Handcrafted leather boots with toggles. Available in 300mm long & 320mm long. Flat hard leather soles - no heel||BUY NOW|
|Tall Medieval Boots - point toe Thigh length handcrafted leather boots with points and buckles. Available in 320mm long & 340mm long. Flat hard leather soles - no heel||BUY NOW|
|Tall Medieval Boots - round toe Thigh length (650mm) handcrafted leather boots with heel. Available in 320mm (UK size 12) long ONLY||BUY NOW|
|Medieval Round Tent Medieval Round Tent - perfect for your next event. Blue /Yellow or Red/White Canvas with cotton inner lining - attached by hand stiching, Cotton ropes, Wooden poles & pegs||BUY NOW|
|Medieval Oval Pavillion Tent Originally pavillions were used by the military for their camps. Numerous paintings from the13th century depict the landscape as being covered in this style of tent - sometimes plain sometimes amazingly decorated. Having a period style pavillion will not only add to your re-enactment experience but make for a greater experience for all!||BUY NOW|
|300 - The movie - Helmet Replica of the battle helms as used in the movie '300'. Click photo frame to view larger image.||BUY NOW|
|300 - The Movie - King Leonidas Helmet Replica of the helmet as worn by King Leonidas in the movie '300'. Adult size. See larger picture for more detail.||BUY NOW|
|Helm of Elendil - LOTR This is a magnificent bronze Helm of Elendil. It is similar to the helmet worn by Elendil, the wise and fair king and builder of the strongholds of Gondor. He kept watch over much of Middle-earth in the lord of the Rings.||BUY NOW|
|Helm of Isildur - LOTR The armor and helm that Isildur wore in the battle of the Last Alliance of Elves and Men was similar to that of his father Elendil. Like Elendil’s, Isildur’s helm was more ornate than the standard Numenorean version, and instead of the two large seabird style wings adorning the sides, Isildur’s helm bears four smaller crests representing the points on a compass and also features feathered wing styled cheek guards.||BUY NOW|