"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
Viking style decorated damascus sword
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.
Two handed sword renaissance weapons
"A german-style bastard sword with a wide and stiff blade. The blade is forged of 0,75% carbon steel. The guard and pommel have been forged to shape and left with the hammer marks showing. The grip is of wood with cord wrapping and dyed deerskin surface. The scabbard is of double layered leather and is decorated with hunting motifs." kp-art.fi
Merovingian sword from Finland. Pattern welded blade, crossguard & pommel of wrought iron, grip is of black oak. http://www.kp-art.fi/jt/miekat/03.html
Viking sword pattern-welded blade, hilt silvered iron. Nedre Store - Var (Norway) 10th C.
"Swiss sabre, a long bladed hand-and-a-half single edged sword of renaissance period. The blade has been forged of high-carbon spring steel and there is a secondary edge 30 cm long on the back. The guard and the pommel have been forged of iron and they have been decorated with file work. The ends of the guard have been decorated with flower motifs made by forging and filing, likewise the "writhen" pommel has been filed to shape. The grip is of cord wrapped wood with colored deer skin…
"A reconstruction of z-type iron age sword, cross and pommel after a sword found from Vesilahti[, Finland.]" kp-art.fi