Darksword Armoury produces top of the line swords, daggers, axes, and medieval armour, which we offer here at Medieval Collectables. Their high carbon steel swords have full tangs and make use of threading and peening to secure the hilts, so you end up with high-quality products that can withstand extreme use. These pieces, inspired by historical an fantasy designs, come in a variety of styles, such as Viking swords, stiletto daggers, arming swords, longswords, claymores, medieval bardiches, sallet helmets, parrying daggers, and much more. When you need an exceptional weapon or piece of armor, be sure to browse the fine selection of products in this category.
As art experienced a new style known as gothic, so too did armor. This German Gothic Sallet Helmet with Bevor is a view of how armor took on the gothic styles of the time, creating appealing armor that was also protective to wear.
Not all armor is made to complete the image of a knight in shining armor, and these Gothic Fantasy Gauntlets are proof of that. Rich in detail and design, these gauntlets echo the look of hand guards for the most nefarious of villains.
If you think about it, your knees are very important when it comes to combat. If you take out a warriors knees, they are bound to crumple to the ground. That is why this Fantasy Leg Armour is integral to any warriors armored attire.
A good pair of gauntlets will serve any warrior well, by not only keeping their hands protected, but by also enhancing their overall look. And these Medieval Gauntlets are some of the best that any warrior could ask for!
This style of helmet was commonly used from the 6th to the 12th century, due in part to its effective and straight-forward nature. That makes helmets like this 14 Gauge Steel Norman Helmet quite iconic, and instantly recognizable, too.
A lords armor was often adorned with detailing, while a foot soldiers armor was a bit more unadorned. That does not make it any less effective, and that point is proved when it comes to this Gothic Sallet Helmet with Bevor.
The Vikings were walking proof that you did not need to have an overly complex helmet to keep your head safe. This 14 Gauge Steel Viking Helmet is a modern-day reproduction of the same helm that Viking warriors would have favored.
In battle, it is best to not lose your head, especially if you are being literal. Warriors in both the old days and modern reenactments favor protections like this Gothic Gorget to ensure that their neck is not in any real danger.
The axe is a powerful weapon and an equally powerful tool, and in Viking hands it became a legend. This Viking Axe has a hand-crafted look and a brutal design, one that makes it a weapon to be feared by all those who face it in battle.
Even the foot soldier had their head to think about, and this 15th Century Gothic Gorget echoes the design of the armor that the lower ranks would have favored, possessing an unadorned style that was still extremely effective in battle.
The joints are often were armor is weakest, which is why there are so many specialized pieces that protect those areas. These Gothic Couters, for instance, are designed to protect your elbows, keeping them safe from directed strikes.
Not all warriors want something showy and flashy when it comes to their armor and their protection. Sometimes, raw steel is all that is wanted. If that is the case, this 14th Century Gothic Gorget blends fine lines with fine protection.
This particular Sallet Helmet is based on an early 16th century design, which is when this style of helmet first began to circulate among medieval warriors. Helmets like this were useful to archers, thanks to its open faced design.
Rarely can a tool go from splitting logs to splitting heads in a matter of seconds, but this Norse Viking Axe is definitely capable of just that, serving well weapon of war for any and all Viking warrior out there.
The axe was, perhaps, among the first of the tools made by mankind and has remained important to many cultures in history. The Vikings are the most associated with the axe, and weapons like this Viking Bearded Axe are the reason why.
Make no mistake about it, this Crusader Sword with Scabbard is proof positive that a sword doesn't need to be complex to be effective. In fact, the no-muss, no-fuss design of this sword is what makes it so effective.
The Einar Viking Sword with Sword Belt is limited to 800 pieces worldwide, making this a great opportunity to get your hands on a unique piece of historical weaponry. This functional sword is inspired by Norse mythology.
The grosse messer was a German blade, designed to take the place of the sword as a side-arm. They were used by nobles and commoners alike, although This Messer Sword with Scabbard certainly has the look of a weapon fit for noble hands.
Based on historical and fantasy concepts, this Fantasy Scimitar with Scabbard and Belt encompasses not only a pleasing visual aesthetic but also embodies the destructive cutting strength for which curved scimitars were so well known.
By the 14th century, the classical view of the knights sword took shape in the arming sword. This Arming Sword with Scabbard demonstrates exactly why, as its pronounced taper and tip make this blade a quick yet devastating weapon.