Maces

Historical maces served as some of the most common weapons throughout the ages with their simple construction and ease of use. At Buying a Sword, we have both decorative and functional maces. Our ornamental maces, with their wicked spikes and flanges, make excellent additions to any decor as well as theatrical props and costume weapons for events like Renaissance fairs. Collectible maces are unique additions to weapon sets or medieval displays. Our combat maces vary in size and are crafted from high quality steel, iron, and wood. We offer a variety of battle ready bludgeons, spiked clubs, morning stars, and flanged maces here. These medieval weapons are ideal for reenactments. Shop all our functional and decorative maces here, in many styles inspired by history and different cultures of Europe.
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16th Century German Mace

Item # 600626
By the 15th Century, armor had become so well developed that it was almost impervious to a sword cut and even a thrust. The mace, which evolved from mans oldest weapon, the club, could make short work of that armor.
$95.00

16th Century Italian Mace

Item # 600624
By the 15th Century, armor had become so well developed that it was almost impervious to a sword cut and even a thrust. The mace, which evolved from mans oldest weapon, the club, could make short work of that armor.
$95.00

4 Flanged Steel Mace

Item # ED8694
Flanged maces were popular throughout early history. They afforded direction to a mighty blow, tearing through armor during combat. The flanged mace has a steel head and shaft with a wrapped leather grip. The length is 30.5 inches.
$93.25

Authentics Mace

Item # ED2608
This incredible medieval mace belongs in every collection! The hand crafted blackened steel ball embedded with spikes rests atop a hand wrought blackened steel and seared wood handle. Overall length of mace is about 26 inches.
$198.75

Authentics Skull Mace

Item # ED2609
You must have this incredible medieval skull mace. Steel spikes, 2.5 inches long, rest atop a blackened steel skull attached to a hand pounded heavy blackened steel rod which goes into the blackened hand carved wood handle.
$207.50

Authentics War Club

Item # ED2606
Metal shards produced by crude mining techniques were put to effective use by ancient weapon smiths in battle, creating weaponry such as the War Club. Before swords this weapon had been widely used by ancient cultures during war.
$189.25

Bar Mace

Item # 600652
The remains of a mace of this type were found in the River Thames. Little finesse was needed for this brutal mace, and a warrior strong enough to wield it could crush helms and break swords with the heavy blows it could deliver.
$130.00

Battle Mace

Item # AH-6085
What is the best way to put a knight in full plate armor in their place? Show them the effectiveness of this Battle Mace! This mace was made to match the appearance of historical blunt weapons, while also featuring a rugged strength.
$62.00

Black Spiked Morningstar

Item # ZS-901146-BK
Decimate your enemies in battle with this Black Spiked Morningstar! Capable of crushing shields, shattering plate, and destroying doors, this fearsome weapon is designed for warfare and makes easy work where swords cannot!
$39.00 $35.10

Early Norman Mace

Item # 601010
This early medieval mace would be a perfect offensive weapon in Norman warfare. Though lightweight, a mace could easily break bones and cave in a Saxon helm. This Early Norman Mace makes a stunning piece for collectors or reenactors.
$79.00

Flanged Medieval Mace

Item # AH-6081
A good Flanged Medieval Mace is just what you need to get past any opponents armor. Not only does a mace pack considerable impact, but the angular flanges also offer a good chance of piercing armor, including plate, in some instances!
$103.00

German Mace

Item # 600853
This German mace proves that weapons can be art. Although pleasing to the eye, it is deadly in function. By the 1500s armor had become very good protection from most weapons, but that was not the case with a mace like this one.
$95.00