An Anglicization of the Gaelic claidheamh-mor, or Great Sword, the claymore is a Scottish version of the medieval two-handed longsword. Used during the 15th to 17th centuries, traditional claymores feature crossguards that sloped down towards the blade with quatrefoils at the end of the quillons. The large size of this Scottish sword required the wielder to use both hands, making them symbols of strength and skill. As the classic Highland sword, two-handed claymores are well-associated in pop culture and history with the Wars of Scottish Independence and figures such as William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. At Buying a Sword, you can find many excellent claymore replicas for purchase. We carry functional claymores and decorative claymores crafted by top manufacturers like Hanwei, Ritter Steel, Windlass, Stage Steel, Legacy Arms, Darksword Armoury, and Deepeeka. Many of our medieval claymores have blades upwards of 40 inches, making them impressive swords to put on display or use in training. Several of the ornamental claymores feature 24K gold plating, ornate engravings, and other eye-catching elements. Whether you want a battle ready claymore or a unique collectible, you can find many great options here at Buying a Sword!
The Claymore had a uniquely styled hilt that sets it apart from other great swords of the period. Typically of hand-and-a-half length, this versatile weapon could deliver great sweeping slashes or powerful thrusts.
The Decorative Scottish Claymore Sword is modeled after the historic swords of 15th century Scotland. This stainless steel replica blade features an ornate hilt with quatrefoil quillions and a round, thistle decorated pommel.
Known throughout history, William Wallace became the most valiant freedom fighter Scotland has ever seen. The Freedom Fighter Early Scottish Claymore is a magnificent two-handed early Scottish sword appropriately named for its valor.
Finally, a real Claymore for all those modern Scots who long to possess a functional and battle ready Highland sword! Through history, tales have been told of mighty Scotsmen, hearty and ready to stand against seemingly unbeatable odds.
This massive Lowland Claymore is like one held by the Bruce clan, which they assert belonged to Robert the Bruce himself. It is certainly the correct type for that age when knights wore mail, barrel helms, and small pieces of plate.
Great for sparring or using as a safe prop for cosplay, the Renaissance fair, or any other costuming event, this Polypropylene Practice Claymore has the look and approximate size of the real thing without a sharp, metal blade.
It has been said that the best defense is a good offense, but what if you could have the best of both worlds? This Quad Quillon Claymore merges the offense of a two-hander with a distinctive guard that protects in four directions!
Some swords are designed to inspire fear and terror. Beyond the cosmetics of a terrifying weapon, some blades just inspire fear based on what they can do. The Scottish Claymore is one of these weapons, devastating in its simplicity.
The Scottish Claymore, by Marto, is a replica of the typical weapon of the Highland Warriors during the late Middle Ages. Considered more a rough tool then a weapon, this sword is no-less deadly or effective when wielded properly.
A two handed sword is not just for intimidation. As the wielder of this Scottish Claymore with Scabbard will find, they are also powerful weapons, ones that by virtue of size and weight lend powerful impact to every swing.
Inspired by the weapons of medieval warriors, the Scottish Great Sword with Plaquefeatures a stainless steel blade in a historic form. This decorative Crusader sword comes with a wooden wall plaque for easily displaying medieval style.