The Ulfberht Sword Elite Series (#1617)

3.00 out of 5

Blade and Fittings: Blend of 1095, 5160, L-6 and O1 Steel, Dual Tempered HRc 60, 48-50 at the core
Total Length: 36.5″
Blade Length : 30.5″
Weight: 2 lbs, 11 oz. 

1,815.00 USD

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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 Armory 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.

1 review for The Ulfberht Sword Elite Series (#1617)


  1. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    What strikes you first, is how visibly handsome this blade is.
    When you take it in hand the next thing that strikes is the weight. It is quite heavy, heavier than it should be. This makes it difficult to wield. Also as you swing, the pommel digs into your wrist and does cut. I would recommend gloves.
    Overall, sadly I’m a disappointed, it’s handsome but really lacks in ease of use.
    Also, and I know it sounds like it’s all negative but the Damascus patten that they went for is one of the least attractive I have seen.
    If you want something that looks great on a wall this is for you. But, if you plan on using it in reenactments it’s going to hurt you. I hope this helps.

    What strikes you first, is how visibly handsome this blade is.
    When you take it in hand the next thing that strikes is the weight. It is quite heavy, heavier than it should be. This makes it difficult to wield. Also as you swing, the pommel digs into your wrist and does cut. I would recommend gloves.
    Overall, sadly I’m a disappointed, it’s handsome but really lacks in ease of use.
    Also, and I know it sounds like it’s all negative but the Damascus patten that they went for is one of the least attractive I have seen.
    If you want something that looks great on a wall this is for you. But, if you plan on using it in reenactments it’s going to hurt you. I hope this helps.

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