Pirates have existed since ancient times travelling by water robbing ships and costal towns. This wonderful wooden cutlass is a perfect addition to any child's pirate collection. A cutlass of this design would have also been used by courageous musketeers and highway robbers.Made in England
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The Battle of Hastings took place on 14th October 1066 during the Norman conquest of England between the Norman-French army of Duke William II of Normandy and the English army under King Harold II.The Battle 1066 wooden sword has been exclusively developed for Battle Abbey to mark this historic event.
The perfect gift for an adventurous girl or boy! Let the imagination run wild and re-create the deadly conditions of hunting and deep wilderness with this small wooden dagger.Used as a weapon of last resort the dagger or dirk with hessian handle would be the perfect addition to any child or adult's role play outfit.Key Features:Made in EnglandAmazing replica of a hunting dagger
Made 18 miles from Stonehenge in Britain and made of ash from sustainable sources this Stonehenge Bronze Age Dagger was inspired by the archeology. Bronze daggers similar to this are the oldest metal blades dating from as long ago as 3300 BC. In those ancient times a bronze dagger was more of a status symbol and ceremonial aid than a weapon as the mojority of weapons of the age were flint tipped made of hardened wood and antler. This wooden bronze age dagger makes a great addition to an historic dress up costume.Key Features:Made in BritainMade of Ash from sustainable sourcesWooden toy dagger with Stonehenge logo
The baldrick sword carrier is a great addition to role-play. Used since ancient times the is perfect for your little one to keep their sword at their side as they proceed into battle. Crossing over the shoulder this sword carrier will hold most wooden play swords.Key Features:Made in BritainFits most wooden play swords
Exclusively developed for Tintagel castle; historically swords like this were wielded by Knight's as they went to battle against the enemies of their lord. Such was the power of these men that common folk believed it was their swords that must have magic powers. Troubadours told stories of long past Knights who owned magic Broadswords like Arthur of the Britons and his beloved 'Excalibur'. In myth and tale a magic sword has often been broken by evil and must be mended by fairy folk so the young hero may prevail.Was it given to Arthur by the mystic 'Lady of the Lake' when he was already King or was it the sword he pulled from the stone proving he was the one destined to be King? A wonderful example of legend made real.Key Features:Exclusively developed for Tintagel CastleEach sword is made from solid woodIndividually hand crafted in England