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!
Two iconic symbols of Japanese culture and history have come together in the exceptionally decorative Blue Handled Dragon Katana. This samurai sword is the perfect way to add a piece of Eastern inspiration into your display.
The Blue Masonic Longsword recalls that mysterious and intriguing group called the Freemasons. Add this sword to your weapon collection or decor. It also looks great on display in your office. You can give it as a gift as well.
To add a unique or mysterious flair to your sword collection or home decor, consider displaying the Blue Masonic Short Sword on a wall for all to see. It also looks great on display in your office. You can give it as a gift as well.
No pirate captain should be without a statement-making blade like the Brass Hilt Caribbean Pirate Sword. This single edge stainless steel sword is perfect for showing off your swashbuckler prowess, and it comes with a matching sheath.
The Cutlass was a short slashing sword, ideal for the battles aboard great sailing men-of-war. The cutlass was, in fact, issued to the Naval personnel of many countries, replicating a French naval style of the early 19th century.
Son of Henry II and King of England, Richard I was known as a powerful king, a chivalrous knight, and a fearless warrior. He was called Coeur de Lion or Richard the Lionheart, and he is also known as the Crusader King.
The Roman Sword, or Gladius, evolved from weapons captured during the Roman campaign in the Iberian peninsula. By the first century A.D., it had been refined to the form shown in this replica by Denix.
Perhaps one of the most famous swords of all time is the Brass-Hilted Excalibur, the sword of the sovereign king of Britain and mystical blade wielded by King Arthur when he presided over Camelot and his Knights of the Round Table.
The Briquet Historic Sabre Sword by Marto, of Toledo Spain, is an easy handling short saber originating from the French Revolution. Later, the Napoleonic troops of infantry, artillery, and grenadiers were armed with this weapon.
The 1796 Pattern British Light Cavalry Sabre saw service in the Battle of Waterloo, where it had also been adopted by the Prussian allies of the British under Blucher, whose name has become synonymous with the sword.
The vastly skilled sword masters from Marto have made this faithful and exclusive reproduction of the fantastic Fathers Sword in bronze. It was the very sword with which Conan the Barbarian learned some of the most basic combat skills.
The great Julius Caesar, head of the Roman Empire, left his mark in history as a military leader and an Emperor. The Julius Caesar Sword, with its Roman styling, is a reminder of the power and prestige of the great Roman Empire.