The Decorative Swords category here at Buying a Sword contains every ornamental sword available on the site. These collectible weapons are crafted with attention to detail by top manufacturers like Marto, Art Gladius, and Denix, often featuring precious metals, gems, engraving, sculpted handles, and other embellishments that make them ideal for display. A number of these excellent decorative blades are licensed swords, including a number of designs from Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Conan the Barbarian, the Legend of Zelda, and other popular media. These ornamental blades come in many styles, including ceremonial sabers, fantasy swords, gladiator swords, musketeer rapiers, Scottish claymores, pirate cutlasses, Excalibur replicas, Egyptian khopeshes, and many more. Whether you want a costume sword for a re-enactment or performance or fantastic display sword for your home decor or wedding, you can find a large number of options here at Buying a Sword!
As paradoxical as it sounds, this Black Flame Warrior Sword is both complex and not. It features a straight-forward design that looks fit for combat, yet it also features a few extra touches that make it all the more appealing to see.
If you are looking for a set of swords to enhance the style of your decor or add a Japanese flair, check out the Black Flower Blade Set. This decorative blade set looks great on display in your home or office.
Katana are known not only for their fast and deadly power, but their beauty as well, as the swords of samurai showed their nobility and wealth. The Black Flower Katana is inspired by Japanese sword styles and has a flower petal guard.
The Black Prince, son of Edward III of England, is remembered in history for his great victory over the French at the Battle of Agincourt during the Hundred Years War. Undoubtedly, he was one of Englands finest royal warriors.
There are many stories surround the idea of chivalry in the medieval world. Add a medieval aesthetic to your decor with the Black Hilt Chivalry Sword. Display it in your home or office. This sword also makes a great costume accessory.
If you are a seafaring captain or a swashbuckling sea dog, then you should have a decorative sword like the Black Hilt Pirate Sword with Scabbard. Add it to your home decor. It also makes a great addition to any sword display.
Not all rapiers were made for the social elite of the renaissance. They were a common sword of the day, and so some, like this Black Hilt Rapier, were made to be less ornate. Being less fancy hardly decreased its effectiveness.
The prophet Solomon appears in many stories and is a central figure to the origination of a slew of religious tales. Our Black King Solomon Sword is inspired by the weapon he carried and includes a plaque for display.
Gladius Medieval style swords, like this Black Knights of Heaven Sword, have 440C stainless steel blades that are fully tempered, but they are primarily intended for use as collectibles and decorative pieces with their eye-catching details.
Named for a permanent Roman campsite known for its sword manufacturing, the Mainz gladius remains distinctive for its subtly tapered waist and long point. The Black Mainz Gladius displays both of these traits in its design.
Freemasons have been well known for centuries as excellent craftsmen who take pride in their work. The Black Masonic Sword is a beautiful example of this fine craftsmanship, with exquisite engravings on the blade and the hilt.
If you are looking for the ultimate ninja sword, you will find it in this Black Ninja Sword with Cross Guard. The blade has been constructed from 440 stainless steel with a chisel point and given a black coating for a tactical look.