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"Z-type viking sword after a weapon found from Dalarna, Sweden. The blade is forged from five pattern welded bars, the guard and pommel are of iron, the grip is carved from walrus ivory, pommel's decorations are of silver." Very nice! kp-art.fi

"Z-type viking sword after a weapon found from Dalarna, Sweden. The blade is forged from five pattern welded bars, the guard and pommel are of iron, the grip is carved from walrus ivory, pommel's decorations are of silver.

"A reconstruction of z-type iron age sword, cross and pommel after a sword found from Vesilahti[, Finland.]" kp-art.fi

"A reconstruction of z-type iron age sword, cross and pommel after a sword found from Vesilahti[, Finland.

Cerarlore Forge

Handmade Swords - Herûbrandr (The Éothéod Oldland Sword)

Viking sword pattern welded blade, silver and cooper inlay hilt. Torblaa Ulvik, Norway 7thC.

Viking sword pattern welded blade, silver and cooper inlay hilt.

"A patinated merovingian period sword from Finland. Pattern welded blade, crossguard & pommel of wrought iron, grip is of black oak." kp-art.fi

"A patinated merovingian period sword from Finland. Pattern welded blade, crossguard & pommel of wrought iron, grip is of black oak.

my name gets called and  I head into the training room, I look over at the game makers and bow, "Rachel from district three." I head over to the spears and pick out the right one, looking around I decide to show off my aim. Climbing up to the top of the ropes I throw the spear at the target furthest away and it plunges right where the heart should be.

Anglo Norse Twisted Spear - I'll make this someday.

Another beautiful Viking-inspired sword made by Jake Powning.

gunsknivesgear: “ Viking Sword by Powning. A common misconception is that Japanese swords have extraordinary strength and metallurgical properties compared to Western swords.

Considered one of the greatest swords ever made. HERE to read more: http://runevapor.com/ulfberht-swords-honor/

Ulfberth sword found in Finland. Some of the finest sword blades that the Vikings could acquire were imported from the Rhine area. Their blades bore the name ”ULFBERTH”. The Ulfberth swords became so popular that a ban had to be placed upon their export.

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