European (Viking, Templar, Knight) Swords For Sale European swords have always held an allure, whether worn by Vikings or Templars - even Knights had their own style when it came to blade size and shape! They all look like a million bucks. And, by the way, we don't sell them for a million bucks. Read More
European swords are a lot thicker and longer than their Japanese counterparts. They're usually made from highly durable 1095 or1060 steel, but the most common thing about them is how thick they are compared to Japanese blades in use during that time period. It’s not uncommon for European blade makers to go all out with quality materials when crafting what would become one-of-a kind weapons that were designed specifically around warfare tactics being employed by soldiers fighting on opposite sides centuries ago.
The Japanese focused on agility and speed whereas the Europeans seemed to have put emphasis more heavily into brute strength. This translated in how they crafted these amazing swords that were known across the world for their sharpness as well as durability during battle
A lot has changed since then, but one thing remains true today: these swords are a work of art!