The wolf was one of the most potent symbols of the Norse mythology. It represented fearsome strength and doom. A symbol of royalty and power across the Nordic world.
Aggregating all essential elements of Viking life, artistry and Norse Mythology, the Wolfsbane exemplifies the peak of Viking culture amalgamated with modern imagination.The mythological symbol of the wolf is balanced by mirroring self images. Meticulously crafted fittings and handle, The Norse Wolf, as a steward of Viking culture and Mythology, is at the core of this Viking sword.
The Fenris Wolf, offspring of Loki and Angrboda, destined to kill Odin rests on the solid bronze guard. Its fetters are worked into knotwork inspired by the Jelling Stone. The Fenris Wolf’s head snarls on the pommel, while on the handle, the wolves Geri and Freki, the loyal companions of Odin who hunger for the bodies of the slain in battle, lay intertwined.
Amalgamating modern romanticism of Norse folklore and excavated Viking swords of great importance, the Wolfsbane is a beautifully crafted testament to the arts, culture and beliefs of the Viking people. Luxuriously handcrafted from the finest material, the Wolfsbane sword is a distinguished Viking weapon catering to the most discriminating collector. Richly detailed solid bronze guard and pommel, Painstakingly crafted Red Oak handle; the Wolfsbane is a heirloom quality piece reminiscent of the migration age.
Hand forged from 5160 High Carbon Steel
Differential Hardened at a Rockwell of 60 at the Edge; 48-50 at the core.
Fittings: Solid bronze
Total length: 48″
Blade length: 37″
Blade width at base: 2″
Weight: 3 lbs 9 oz)
POB: 6″Distal Taper (at the edge): 1.54mm (base); 1.3mm (midpoint); 1.27mm (tip)
Devin Freeman –
Sharp and well balanced, well made craftsmanship makes for a perfect swing for those with the strength to wield it.
William James Beningfield (verified owner) –
I just received my Wolfsbane sword yesterday,and my first impression is,,,WOW . I ordered it unsharpened with a plain scabbard, this is a beautiful looking piece and it is inspired by the game of Thrones and in my opinion would have made afar superior sword for Jon snow than the one in the movie with that god awful hilt. Being A fan of the Witcher (games ,books and Mini series) it would also make Geralt of Rivia proud. My sword has a 36″ blade as opposed to the 38″ advertised which gives it a stiffer blade which i appreciate as i saw one review where the reviewer and said it was the most flexible bade he had handled. The sword is nicely balanced and with the shorter blade handles more along the lines of a bastard sword…it is light enough to use 1 handed for a short while…so all in all I really like this sword…thank you Darksword
Albert (verified owner) –