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The Einar Viking Sword Elite Series

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The Einar Viking Sword is Limited to 800 copies Worldwide
It was an age of adventure and savagery. A time when Vikings piled into longships to set out across the seas, raiding and settling the lands they found. But far more than just savage barbarians, they were also farmers, poets, traders, and explorers.

Their stories can be found in the Vinland Sagas. Part of the Icelandic Sagas, and evoking the legendary names of Einar and Erik the Red, the Vinland Sagas represent the most complete information about the Norse exploration of the Americas and paint a vivid portrait of a heroic world long lost and the amazing people who inhabited it. The Vinland sagas originate from the same land as Njal and Gunnar, as told in Njal’s Saga, two friends whose families’ unending feud would bring them to a violent end. As the tragedy of Njal’s family unfolds, Grettir the Strong’s
strength and temper transform him into a hero, an outlaw, and a villain. Across the sea in England, Egil Skallagrimson adds to his legend to become a warrior poet above all others. And, outlawed from his home in the wake of the feud, Erik the Red sails far to the west to discover new lands, founding the doomed settlement known as Vinland

 

The Einar, is inspired from the Vinland sagas and by Norse Mythology. Derived from the Old Norse name Einarr, which according to one of the foremost Scandanavian scholars, Guðbrandur Vigfússon, is connected with the concept of the einherjar, undead warriors from Norse mythology. The name, is related to the Old Norse common nouns einarðr (meaning “bold”) and einörð (meaning “valour”).

Aggregating all essential elements of Viking art and Norse Mythology, the Einar exemplifies the peak of Viking culture. Luxuriously handcrafted from the finest material, the Einar is an distinguished viking sword you will be proud to own. Hand-forged from 5160 high carbon steel and dual tempered, the Einar viking sword is a rugged viking weapon of choice. Well balanced and skilfully engineered, The Einar sword blends the artistic abilities of the Norse people and the central role of warfare in the viking world.

Limited Edition Elite Series Swords

Darksword Armory’s Elite Series swords are individually hand forged, following the strictest guidelines. The Damascus steel blades, guards and pommels are made with a blend of 1095, 5160, L-6 and O1 steel, giving a stunning contrast to the folded steel layering.

Darksword Armoy Elite models are limited to 100 swords worldwide ! Once sold, we will not be making other examples of the same model. Each sword comes with a scabbard, interlaced sword belt and an Elite Series numbered certificate stamped with the “Darksword Elite” Wax seal. Each certificate is individually signed by Eyal Azerad, owning founder of Darksword Armory Inc.

We are confident that our Elite Series swords will impress even the most discriminating collector.

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Blade and Scabbard Type

Blunt Blade & Scabbard, Sharpened Blade & Scabbard

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1 review for The Einar Viking Sword Elite Series

  1. casdghost982@gmail.com
    4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    First impresions:
    The scabbard - looks good, nice neat stitching, very attractive bronze-look buckle to the belt that is riveted to the leather. Not as impressed to find that the top of the sheath appeared glued so that the sword couldn't go into it. It took some delicate work to free this up without damaging the leather chap at the top. Also, the metal cap on the bottom of the scabbard looks a bit roughly finished.
    The sword seems a rather tight fit within the scabbard, once it finally allowed it to enter. Grips the sword perhaps a tad too well, as there were some cracking sounds from the wooden core as the sword was sheathed.

    The sword - very beautiful damscus patterning. The blade is sharpened, with an obvious but not too overdone bevel. The wooden oak grip is very grubby looking - a bit tatty - rather than the clean white oak look in the promotional pictures for this sword.

    Given the price, I would have expected more care from Darksword on their presentation.

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