Various regions of the world have produced unique weapons with distinctive traits that set them apart, and the Middle East is no exception. Buying a Sword is proud to offer a fine selection of historical Middle Eastern swords from countries like Turkey, India, Egypt, and Persia. Our Arabic swords include specific designs like the scimitar, khopesh, talwar, shamshir, and qama, as well as various other Persian war swords and ceremonial swords, Turkish short swords, and Middle Eastern sabers. These Middle Eastern blades include gorgeous decorative swords perfect for putting on display as well as impressive functional swords for reenactments and training. When you want to add some variety to your sword collection, make sure to take a look through these excellent Middle Eastern swords!
The scimitar, from the Persian word shamshir, meaning lions tail or claw, is the Arabian version of the cutlass sword. With its short, curved, single-edged blade, the Arabic Scimitar by Marto is the very picture of an ideal scimitar.
Recall the wisdom and power of the biblical king of Israel with the Black and Gold King Solomon Sword. This display sword has a stainless steel blade with ornate floral etching along its ricasso and a deeply detailed gold tone hilt.
An exotic sword featuring a dragon handle and curved scimitar blade. Perfect, lightweight sword for Belly Dancing performers! This Italian made full size decorator sword features cast metal handle and an antique brass finish.
An exceptional decoration for the home or office, the Dragon Scimitar Decorative Sword displays a magnificent medieval fantasy styling. This scimitar is finely crafted, featuring an ornate hilt and engraved floral accents on the blade.
Based on historical and fantasy concepts, this Fantasy Scimitar with Scabbard showcases not only a pleasing visual aesthetic but also embodies the extremely destructive cutting strength for which curved scimitars were so well known.
Based on historical and fantasy concepts, this Fantasy Scimitar with Scabbard and Belt encompasses not only a pleasing visual aesthetic but also embodies the destructive cutting strength for which curved scimitars were so well known.
With details inspired by the biblical King of ancient Israel, the Golden and Red Solomon Sword is a phenomenal addition to any sword collection. This decorative sword has intricate symbolic detail, and it comes with its own plaque.
The Mameluke sword hails out of Egypt, and was used mostly by the Mamluk warriors. This Mameluke General Officer Saber borrows the design of this sword and gives it a fine military look and feel, which any officer would gladly feature.
The versatility of the sword meets the percussive power of the axe in this formidable weapon. The Ornate Black Khopesh is based on a design out of ancient Egypt, one that was favored by kings, guardians, and warriors all.
The versatility of the sword meets the percussive power of the axe in this formidable weapon. The Ornate Royal Khopesh is based on a design out of ancient Egypt, one that was favored by kings, guardians, and warriors all.
This Black and Gold Persian Ceremonial Sword reflects Greek-Persian influence with a double edged blade and decorated hilt featuring some of Alexander the Greats victories. This is a magnificent collectible from Art Gladius.
This Brass Persian Ceremonial Sword reflects Greek-Persian influence with its stylized double edged blade and richly decorated golden hilt featuring famous victories. This is a magnificent collectible piece from Art Gladius.