This asymmetrical scabbard is for an Albion Doge. The sword is based on a small group of original 15th century ones unique to Venice (currently in the Doge’s Palace), and they have a small “spur” on the false edge. This birch ply cored scabbard needed to be constructed in a way that accommodated the unusualContinue reading “St Mark’s Basilica Scabbard”
This scabbard is for an Albion Munich. The Munich is heavily based on a famous longsword resting in the Bavarian National Museum in Munich. I used a vine-like pattern inspired by the original scabbard as well as period imagery of similar looking scabbards from the late 15th/early 16th century Holy Roman Empire. The black/red combinationContinue reading “Gothic Scabbard”
This scabbard is for an Arms and Armor Edward III Sword. The original that it is based on has the symbol of the Order of the Garter on the blade, and the scabbard mimics this insignia tooled into the leather and covered with gold leaf. The symbol is flipped on the scabbard vs the blade,Continue reading “Edward III Scabbard”
Today the “Historical” part of my handcrafts means the distant era of the 1980s. This scabbard is for the Albion replica from the series “Robin of Sherwood”, a Robin Hood TV series from 1984-86. The show did not have a specific scabbard for this magical sword, so the client asked for me to be creativeContinue reading ““Robin of Sherwood” Scabbard”
This scabbard was made for a client who will use it for living history. His focus is the late 15th century in the Holy Roman Empire. He asked about the possibility of using period decorations that had a connection to his Jewish identity that would be subtle enough not to stand out (given the mistreatmentContinue reading “Lisbon Bible Scabbard”
DISCLAIMERS (and transparency on how I keep my prices lower) I need the sword in hand, which means that you need to insure the ever-loving-bejeezus out of it when shipping it. Although I think my scabbards are very good, the construction isn’t the same level of precision of higher end craftsmen (Like Christian Fletcher orContinue reading “Scabbard Price Sheet”
Scabbard for an Albion Vigil. Poplar core and leather wrapped, featuring painted tooling on the leather in the style of 13th century marginalia. Each image comes from a specific historical source… yes, even the tree. (What can I say, medieval monks were weird guys.)
This garter is meant to be worn just below the knee, as was done in the late medieval style. The client who commissioned it is part of a HEMA school that uses garter belts to denote rank, so this will be worn while fencing, and therefore is made of a thick leather for durability. IContinue reading “Latin Garter Belt”
A scabbard for a blunt training sword. The client wanted his family coat of arms and family motto tooled into the leather, which I also covered with gold leaf. The core is poplar and covered in veg tanned leather. Brass fittings by Tod Cutler. The customer’s sword is a Jesse Belsky Stageswords hilt on aContinue reading ““Aute Omnia Honor” Scabbard”
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