Inspired on the Viking 10th century axe found on the Swedish island of Gotland. The EN45 carbon steel head has a cross and is fixed to the handle with rivets. The 20,5 cm edge isn´t sharpened. The total length is 126 cm and the handle 108 cm.
The ax known as Crow´s Peak used by the cavalry in southern Germany, was a 50 to 80 cm short weapon, which used to have a wooden handle. Its armed head was formed by a long, curved beak, which gave it its name, and an ax blade, lighter than normal.
Our replica shows an elaborate Viking dragon knot design. It has the perfect size to carry in your hand along with a shield in a combat. The decorated head is made of tempered steel and the handle is made of sturdy wood.A great choice to complete your Viking team. The equipment of a vikingo consisted of sword, ax, spear and round shield, whose quality...
Since the swords were practically useless against the plate´s armor, the mounted knights used hammers, axes and short clubs to fight against the opponent´s enhanced protection. This impressive weapon is reproduction of an original of the German National Museum of Nuremberg. The steel head is secured to the shaft of the hardwood with steel pins. Brass...
This antler ax), long ax for two hands, is a replica of a design found in a Private Collection. This type of long ax, to use with two hands, was very popular in the combats and the winner was decided by the number of blows given. It was quite popular for use on the battlefield. With a good sharp tip, it could be used as a short spear and to pierce the...
This ax belongs to the Battlecry Collection manufactured by Windlass Steelcrafts. Designed to be used and manufactured in 1065 high carbon steel with a darkened finish, hardened for battle, extra wide spike and hardened to 50 RC. This pre-sharpened blade has gone through rigorous testing.Handmade by master forgers who make this exclusive product....
Traditional Viking ax with hand-forged head made of high quality carbon steel, wooden handle with leather strap for better grip and includes leather sheath. Total length 60 cm, blade height 17 cm, blade length 18 cm, approximate weight 800 gr.
Viking axe with double blade forged by hand, the wooden handle has leather strips for better grip. The total length is 92 cm, leaf width 32 cm and leaf height 24 cm.
Viking axe of 58 cm in total length and 17 cm in width of blade, hand forged carbon steel and wooden handle.
This viking-inspired ax has a dragon head engraved on a sheet of rough, darkened steel. Darkened wooden handle, perfect for launching.The Vikings were popular for their skill in throwing the ax. This piece, manufactured by Windlass Steelcrafts, is perfectly balanced for the launch. An elegantly decorated ax with a dragon head engraved on the rough...
The ax was the preferred weapon during the Crusades. Ricardo Corazón de León promoted its use, as did many men of arms, knights and peasants. Except for the great Danish ax, the battle ax was not yet fully developed. Most of the axes were used both in combat and in daily field tasks. This ax is reproduced from a photo of an old ax that was dated around...
Section of decorative axes from medieval times.