Oakeshott Sword - a Type XVIII blade

The Oakeshott Sword has been one of our favorites since we first met the piece long ago in Ewart Oakeshott's Collect...

German Branch Sword

The German Branch sword is an exceptional example of the gothic bough form of decoration. Originally a pejorative te...

The story of the medieval sword - Sword in Hand by Ewart Oakeshott

Ewart Oakeshott was a friend, mentor and teacher in our study of the sword and its history. His last book was a loo...

Custom Wakefield Sword

Today we are going to look at a commission recently finished for a customer that turned out quite nice. This sword is...

Throw Javelins this Summer

Now that the warm weather is here its time to make sure you have some great fun for the backyard. If you are of a ce...

How much did medieval swords cost?

People are often curious about how much swords cost in the past.  Just as today, there was significant variation in ...

St. George's Day and happy birthday to Shakespeare!

Tomorrow is the 23rd of April, a day that holds two connections to our efforts over the years. First it is the day u...

Are spears good weapons?

 The spear is one of our favorite weapons for its simplicity and economic use of resources. It often gets short shrif...

Fun experimental history project featuring Arms and Armor weapons

Experimental archaeology can be an essential contributor to our understanding of historical events.  In many cases re...

What is a rondel dagger?

The rondel dagger was one of the most popular weapons of the late Middle Ages.  A long, thick-spined, and wickedly p...

Reproducing the sword of King Henry V

Henry of Monmouth asserted his claim to the throne of England on this day, March 21st, 1413, a day after the death of...

New Reinforced Edge Type L Danish War Axe

In today's video Nathan introduces our new product, a Type L Danish War Axe with a reinforced, differentially hardene...
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