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Decorative swords

A sword is a type of melee weapon. Its characteristic feature is a simple, double-edged blade, an open hilt and a cross guard. The sword was already used in the Bronze Age, until the 16th century, when it was replaced by a lighter and more handy saber. Swords were extremely popular in the Middle Ages, when they became a characteristic element of the weapon of every knight, warrior and ruler who granted them knightly and noble titles. Swords at that time also became valuable family treasures handed down from generation to generation as an ancestral heritage handed down from father to son. They were primarily a symbol of knighthood. We can boldly say that they have become a kind of holiness. In history, we have many famous swords that gained their fame thanks to their owners – rulers, knights or warriors. Szczerbiec is the coronation sword of Polish kings. It belongs to the history of Poland, being one of the most elegant monuments and national pride. In our history, we know a few more swords like the Grunwald swords – the famous two naked swords that Władysław II Jagiełło received from Ulrich von Jungingen, the grand master of the Teutonic Order, the swords of Władysław II Jagiełło or the so-called Crane – the sword of Bolesław the Wrymouth, which aroused fear in every enemy. Roman swords are also famous around the world, for example Gladius Julius Caesar, the mighty sword of Alexander the Great of Macedon, or the swords of the Templars. Surely everyone knows the legendary Excalibur – King Arthur’s sword of light from Arthurian legends. In our online store you will find decorative swords, including ceremonial and coronation swords of uniquely high-quality workmanship.

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