The most defining trait of two handed swords remains the requirement of both hands in order to wield the weapon. These large Renaissance swords remained in popular use throughout the 15th and 16th centuries, and they could reach up to six feet in length in the largest examples. Double handed swords were also sometimes called Zweihanders and great swords. In battle, functional two hand sword could be swung powerfully in order to crush the heavy armor of opponents. Following the disappearance of armor due to the growing use of firearms in the late 16th century, most two handed swords began to be used as ceremonial weapons. At Buying a Sword, we carry many excellent battle ready and decorative two handed swords in a range of styles. Our selection includes two handed Viking swords, two handed Danish swords, two handed Crusader swords, and two handed fantasy swords, among other designs. Whether you are looking for an impressive weapon to display or a powerful training sword, you will discover excellent options here.
Known for their simultaneous savagery and sophistication, the Vikings did not need elaborate weapons to get the job done. The Guardlan Sword with Scabbard and Belt listens to the wisdom of the Vikings for its modest but formidable design.
Ned Stark embodied the values of the North. As the scion of one of the great Houses of Westeros, Ned had considerable power, as well as great skill in war. Now, you can make Ice, the Sword of Eddard Stark, your own.
Displaying a historical design and blunt edges, this Knight Errant Stage Combat Sword is excellent for edge to edge contact demonstrations. This high carbon steel sword is also great for medieval plays, ceremonial use, or display.
Designed by noted swordsman Luke LaFontaine and bearing his name, the high-quality LaFontaine Sword of War combines elements of a 16th century sword of war with a complex hilt longsword, resulting in a true masterpiece.
If you love having a Celtic aesthetic in your home or office, you may enjoy adding the Macleod Sword with Display Plaque to a wall in your decor. It brings a wonderful Scottish flair to any sword collection or setting that it is in.
Whether you need to keep your distance from your foe or if you are fighting in close quarters, few weapons are as handy as a greatsword. The Medieval Battle Greatsword takes the classic greatsword design and refurbishes it into something new.
Inspired not by the blades from history, but instead from the fantastic appeal of fiction, this Medieval Fantasy Arrow Sword possesses a number of elements that make it distinctive, the greatest of which is the unique blade.
No matter your station, any medieval warrior should have a home that reflects their style. Display the Medieval Ranger Sword with Dagger in your decor. This weapon makes a great addition to any office display or sword collection.
Sworn to protect the forest of Mirkwood, Silvan Elves are known to be lethal warriors with an expertise in the use of bows and swords. The Mirkwood Infantry Sword is a stunning display sword designed after a weapon from The Hobbit.
You dutifully patrol the forests of the kingdom. In your home, you proudly display a wide array of swords including the Noble Ranger Medieval Sword. This sword looks great on display in any home or office. Add it to your collection.
Gaze upon this fantasy-inspired broadsword. Consider the warriors that could wield this beautiful sabre. Whether you take on the role of Persian royalty or sail the sea as a clever pirate, the Persian Fantasy Scimitar Sword is a fine weapon.
Lions were a popular feature in medieval heraldry. Many rulers associated themselves with lions. The Rampant Lion Crest Sword celebrates that history. This sword looks great on display in any home or office. Add it to your collection.