Here you will find a wide variety of decorative European style Medieval and Renaissance swords that are great for office and home decor. Our decorative swords category has every decorative sword located on our web site. These decorative swords are from all the manufactures from around the world like Denix, Armaduras, Art Gladius, Marto and Martespa. This makes it easy for the interior decorator or costume designer to decorate a home or dress for an event like a wedding or party. Swords in this category include Roman swords, Viking swords, Medieval swords, Scottish swords and knight swords. Decorative swords are mainly used as wall decor, displays, home or office decor, or for medieval costume. This makes them perfect as a home decoration and conversation pieces, as well as for the sword collector or enthusiast.
Designed to resemble Italian side swords used during the Renaissance period, the 17th Century Decorative Italian Sword is a spectacular decoration for the home or office to display your interest in the Age of Enlightenment.
Perfect for military enthusiasts, the 1840 NCO Sword displays the style still used today for honor guards and presentations. This type of sword has been carried by sergeants and other non-commissioned officers since the Civil War.
Nicknamed Old Wristbreaker due to its heavy blade, the Model 1840 Cavalry Saber as US Army sword based on the 1822 French hussar sabre. This 1840 Wood Handle Cavalry Trooper Sword is inspired by that traditional military sword.
The 1851 Pattern Basket-hilt Broadsword was standard officer issue in the Highland regiments from Victorian to modern times. It has an etched blade with the George V cipher. The red basket liner and pommel make it an attractive piece.
This 1860 Black Handle Cavalry Saber is based on the Model 1860 Light Cavalry Saber. First used on both sides of the American Civil War, there were three different versions made, for officers, enlisted men, and ceremonial use.
Employing fine Venetian styling, the 18th Century Decorative Italian Sword is an exceptional decor piece for those who enjoy the appeal of historical weaponry. This sword emulates the appearance of side swords used in the 18th century.
The Freemasons gave the Masonic Sword as an award of rank and merit. The engravings on the sword and scabbard displayed the symbols of the movement. This replica faithfully reproduces the detail of a Masonic sword of the period.
The Cutlass was a short slashing sword, ideal for close quarters battles aboard ships. The cutlass was issued to the Naval personnel of many countries, and this piece by Denix replicates a French naval style of the early 19th century.
Does the old adage of two being better than one apply to swords, just as it does to heads? Yes it does! This 2 Piece Silver Ninja Sword Set puts a pair of straight-edged blades into your hands that add modern style to the ninjas weapons.
Gladius Medieval style swords like the Agincourt Sword have 440C stainless steel blades that are fully tempered, but they are primarily intended for use as collectibles and decorative pieces with their eye-catching details.
Gladius Medieval style swords like the Agincourt Sword with Scabbard have 440C stainless steel blades that are fully tempered, but they are primarily intended for use as collectibles and decorative pieces with their eye-catching details.
The scimitar, from the Persian word shamshir, meaning lions tail or claw, is the Arabian version of the cutlass sword. With its short, curved, single-edged blade, the Arabic Scimitar by Marto is the very picture of an ideal scimitar.
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