This category contains not only our Celtic swords, but those of famous Scottish and Irish origin. Buying a Sword offers many excellent Scottish and Celtic swords for collectors and reenactors. Celtic swords often appear either as Celtic long swords or Celtic short swords, while Scottish swords include claymore swords, various basket-hilted swords, and Scottish broadswords in their number. At Buying a Sword, we are pleased to carry an excellent array of Scottish and Celtic swords in decorative and functional sword designs. The Scottish claymore is well-associated with the Wars of Scottish Independence, giving rise to the variety of William Wallace swords and Robert the Bruce swords we carry. Whether you are looking for a Highlander sword or a Celtic war sword, you can find many excellent options for taking to your upcoming battle or displaying in your home decor here.
The basket hilt sword developed alongside the rapier, and was often dubbed a broadsword in comparison. This Brass Basket Hilt Scottish Sword is, by name and style, of the Scottish origin, where heavier swords were more favored.
This Celtic Anthromorphic Sword was created due to the popularity of Celtic reenactment. The anthropomorphic hilt and leaf-shaped blade epitomize the weapons of the warrior race, as demonstrated by surviving originals.
Celtic artwork can be quite distinctive, and you need only look to this Celtic Anthropomorphic Sword with Scabbard to prove that point. This unique blade has an artistic hilt and a deadly blade, making it quite the sharp accent to see.
Celtic artwork can be quite distinctive, and you need only look to this Celtic Anthropomorphic Sword with Scabbard and Belt to prove that point. This unique blade has an artistic hilt and a deadly blade, making it a sharp accent to see.
Every Celtic warrior or nobleman needs a sword to complete their historic ensemble. This Celtic Sword, with its thoroughly eye catching and authentic details, is not only a reenactment ready weapon, but also a handheld work of art.
The Claymore had a uniquely styled hilt that sets it apart from other great swords of the period. Typically of hand-and-a-half length, this versatile weapon could deliver great sweeping slashes or powerful thrusts.
This sword predates the typical basket hilt Irish swords, although the lack of a basket hilt does not make this Early Irish Hilt Sword any less effective. In fact, this sword remains a viable option thanks to its blade design.