We carry a range of single headed axes here, including a variety of axes from different eras of history, different cultures, and for different uses. Whether you are seeking a Viking axe, a tomahawk, or a modern throwing axe, you will find it here. This category includes both decorative axes and functional axes, so you can find impressive display axes to hang in your home as well as functional axes that are ready to be used for reenactment or for rugged real world use. We carry a variety of bearded axes here as they would have appeared in different eras of history. We have Norse warrior axes as well as Frankish war axes, Danish axes, and other medieval European axe styles. You will also find modern day axes and tactical axes that are best suited for emergency situations, utility use, or preparing for a zombie apocalypse. If your weapon of choice is an axe, or you simply enjoy the features of one of our axes, why not browse through our entire selection of single headed axes?
Vikings are known as one of the most brutal groups of people to have existed, yet they were also capable of incredible craftsmanship. The 10th Century Gotland Viking Cross Axe is an homage to the bold weapons used by these warriors.
A superb representation of medieval period weaponry, the 13th Century Axe emulates a styling that was used for two centuries. It is a spectacular piece of home decor that is perfect for displaying your interest in history.
Beautifully crafted to replicate the design of a weapon known as a man at arms axe, the 15th Century Axe is a magnificent decoration and homage to the weaponry favored by knights and other cavalry warriors during the medieval era.
With its form based on the weapons wielded by medieval infantry, the 15th Century French Black Battle Axe is an impressive take on historical combat axes. The single axe head and wrapped look grip have a distinct blackened look.
Based on those used by medieval infantry, the 15th Century French Pewter Battle Axe is a remarkable replica weapon perfect for decorating your home or adding to historical weapon collections. A rampant griffin decorates the axe head.
During the medieval era, there was an exceptionally diverse selection of weapons used on the battlefield. The 16th Century Axe is a superb replica of one of these weapons, the battle axe, which was heavily favored by horseback warriors.
Bring 16th century warfare, or at least a decorative blade inspired by it, into your own home with the 16th Century German Brass Battle Axe! This replica weapon is an ornate take on the battle axes used by cavalry in southern Germany.
A powerful weapon used by cavalries in 16th century southern Germany, the 16th Century German Silver Battle Axe is a gorgeously detailed, decorative version of the historical single headed axe sometimes known as the Raven Peak.
The Danish Axe by Hanwei is undoubtedly a fine example of the use of peacetime agricultural tools as weapons in time of war. Equally at home felling trees or adversaries, the axe evokes a fearsome picture of the woodsman at war.
No collection is complete without the addition of a well-balanced throwing axe. The Antiqued Throwing Axe, made by Hanwei, could historically be used as a dangerous weapon in two ways, depending on the combat situation.
Archers always carried an in-close fighting sidearm, and an axe like this one was a perfect choice as both a good worker and a weapon. The flat poll was good for hammering in stakes and then the blade could be used to sharpen them.