Sword canes experienced a growth in popularity during the 18th and 19th centuries when it became less socially acceptable to openly carry a sword. Swordsmen and even ladies invented a way to evade this restriction by concealing a blade within a walking stick. At Buying a Sword, we provide an excellent inventory of high quality sword canes from top manufacturers like Cold Steel, Kit Rae, and Windlass. These functional sword canes are crafted with high carbon steel blades and cane materials like hardwood, carbon fiber, and aluminum. Many feature ornate handles and hilts with fantasy sword cane designs like dragons and traditional sword cane designs like cobras, lions, and dogs. Browse among these excellent self-defense canes for the perfect period accessory for your home arsenal. Please note that it is the responsibility of the purchaser to check and comply with any and all state, local, and federal laws regarding the owning, carrying, and usage of bladed weapons like sword canes.
Twilight came early in Victorian London as the assassin emerged from an alcove. Drawing the concealed blade from her Assassin Bird Sword Cane, she buried it in the neck of the grifter, who dropped behind his cart with a muffled thud.
Our Skull and Bird Dog Sword Canes are beautifully crafted, making either a sight to see. The fiberglass shaft of the Skull Cane allows for a slim profile, while the rosewood shaft of the Bird Dog cane makes for a classic appearance.
Extremely attractive, with affluent styling, the contoured, buffalo horn adds to the refined appearance and makes for a very comfortable handle on this sword cane. The fit and finish will surely make you the envy of the other chaps.
The antihero of Jules Vernes Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea attempts in vain to hide the darker parts of his person. With the Captain Nemo Sword Cane, you can hide your weapon of self-defense any time you venture out on land.
For the modern gentleman who walks a fine line of risk and adventure, the Carbon Fiber Cane Sword with Hidden Dagger is the ideal choice for a refined, discrete way to add protection to everyday life for when things become uncivilized.
On the rare occasion, a situation will arise when a gentleman must get his hands dirty. Who said you cannot do that and more while keeping your elegant style? With the Carbon Fiber Cane Sword with Hidden Switch Dagger, now you can!
Walking along the street has never been so stylish or so deadly than with the Celtic Knot Sword Cane. This cane displays an aluminum handle with Celtic knot and triquetra designs, all polished to a mirror shine.
The tradition of the sword cane originates from a time when carrying a dress sword became unfashionable or even illegal. Our Damascus Taiji Sword Cane with Knife possesses all the accoutrements of a high society sword.
There is classy, there is dangerous, and then there is dangerously classy. Be dangerously classy with the Dragon Sword Cane. On the outside, it is a classy cane with a dragons head handle, but hidden within is a deadly blade.
The last time you saw a sword cane like this was in a movie. Our Dragontail Cane Sword is designed to inspire shock and awe with its two-toned dragon design. This dual-purpose cane can double as a sword for self-defense.
A suave and debonair gentleman can never be too cautious when it comes to personal defense. For those who want something innocuous yet stylish, this Forged Axios Kit Rae Sword Cane does not disappoint.
This unique cane could have easily been found on the Riverboats of the Mississippi or the back gambling rooms of London during the late 1800s. The sturdy construction of this Gamblers Sword Cane makes it perfect for everyday use.