2024 Reanissance Fairs!

We are just a few weeks away from the start of our season of Renaissance Fairs. This summer will hopefully be a grea...

The Coustel

Over the last couple of decades we have seen several reproductions titled Coustels come on the market and be popular ...

Glaive, a new item from Arms & Armor

Today we are happy to introduce a beautiful new product, our 15th Century French Glaive. We are very excited about th...

Sword News! and friends in need!

Hello All. Today's post is a bit different as it's about the wider community of sword folks. The sword world seems t...

Experience the Joy of One-Handed Swords!

Today we have a word or two in support of the one handed sword. The most common style of sword throughout the medieva...

Italian single handed 14th Century Sword, The Malaspina

Marquis of Fosdinovo Galeotto Malaspina Our Malaspina sword is an excellent example of the knightly arming sword o...

Understanding sword edges

I recently had a nice talk with a younger fellow who was discussing his first sword purchase and some of his concerns...

A custom Roman Gladius

Almost certainly the most iconic sword of the ancient world was the Roman Gladius. This sturdy short sword was the ar...

Bec de Corbyn

Our Bec de Corbyn is a replica of an original 16th century knightly weapon. The original of this piece was obviousl...

Concealed Weapons, do they work?

In today's post we discuss how weapons that are concealed in another object might actually be useful or not. It may w...

Training Swords From Different Times

Today we take a look at three different training swords from the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries.  We compare a replic...

Experimenting with the impact of Medieval quenching recipes on steel hardness

On Oct 25th The Oakeshott Institute live cast their latest quarterly lecture on researching involving the Institute, ...
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