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Fantasy swords and fantasy weapons are your standard weapons taken up a notch. So much so, many are considered works of art or metal sculpture. Pop culture has helped greatly fuel these amazing pieces. Inspiration is taken from the works of JRR Tolkien, Robert Jordan, Brent Weeks, RR Martin, Frank Frazetta, Edgar Rice Burroughs and more contemporary designers like Kit Rae and our own design team. The Lord of the Rings and Hobbit, Highlander, Last Samurai, Walking Dead and so many others feature fantasy versions of swords which have inspired so many artists. Myth and legend have their place also with the likes of Excalibur, Kusanagi, Wonder Woman, Robin Hood, Princess Bride Inigo and the Dread Pirate Roberts, Durandal, Three Musketeers, Don Quiote, Chronicles of Narnia, John Carter of Mars, and Kingdom of Heaven. 

They start in reality and quickly become a work of art in the right hands. Our fantasy swords call on elves, orcs, ogres, dragons plus great warriors, mythical kings to capture the fierce, passionate nature of these beings.

Collecting these spectacular swords has grown over the years and if you want sci-fi, legendary, horror, or even gothic swords Atlanta Cutlery (ACC) is your source. We sell many different brands of fantasy swords, ranging from makers such as Kit Rae, United CutleryMaster Cutlery, JALIC and Windlass Steelcrafts.

We feature items from Assassin’s Creed, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead, Hobbit, Conan, Death Dealer, The Vikings, 47 Ronin, King Arthur and his knights of the round table and others. Often made from high grade stainless steel or high carbon steel with metal fittings and leather and wood accents, they employ many of the same materials as their historical counterparts. They are in many cases not only beautiful, but fully functional works of art.

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Flaming Chopper

#501776
This massive scimitar-styled sword is cast from a single piece of high carbon steel and has cast flame designs on the blade. The grip is nylon cord wrapped in a Samurai weapon pattern.
$59.95

Kit Rae Reissue of Kilgorin, the Sword of Darkness

#501721
This reissue of Kilgorin features an intricately detailed and distinctive cast metal pommel and guard with an antique silver finish. The ridged ABS handle is wrapped in genuine black leather. The satin-finished, 3Cr13 stainless steel blade has a deep-etched runic design. This item comes with a certificate of authenticity and an 18" x 24-1/2" full-color art print "Vaelen Confronts Darkness".
$129.99

Kit Rae Mithrodin Sword

#501720
The Mithrodin Sword features a false edged, tempered AUS-6 stainless steel blade and highly detailed antique finished metal handle parts with an armor-piercing pommel, all made to the designers' exacting specifications. It comes with a leather-wrapped grip and rune etched blade. It also includes a custom Kit Rae art print “Battling the Horde”.
$116.99

Kit Rae Sedethul Sword

#501716
The hilt of this sword is wrought with an ornately decorated solid metal handguard, a leather wrapped grip, and a ridged, armor piercing pommel. The AUS-6 stainless steel, false-edged blade features a deep fuller groove. Limited to 2000 pieces and includes certificate of authenticity.
$136.99

Herrugrim Sword of King Theoden of Rohan with Display Plaque

#501727
This officially licensed prop replica sword from the Lord of the Rings Trilogy includes a wood display plaque and a Certificate of Authenticity.
$206.99

Sword of Strider with Display Plaque

#501726
This officially licensed prop replica sword from the Lord of the Rings Trilogy includes a display stand and a Certificate of Authenticity.
$206.99

Hadhafang Sword of Arwen Evenstar with Display Stand

#501724
This officially licensed prop replica sword from the Lord of the Rings Trilogy includes a display stand and a Certificate of Authenticity.
$206.99

High Elven Warrior Sword with Display Plaque

#501723
This elegant sword features a false edged 420 stainless steel blade. The precision cast metal handle has a simulated leather grip accented with brass-plated Elven vine designs. This sword comes with a 23" x 9" x 3/4" wooden display plaque with a silkscreen design and a certificate of authenticity.

$246.99

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Damascus Talon

Full tang blade is a work of art that is beautifully balanced made with comfort of a great reliable weapon, just wish the Damascus etching went all the way into the handle
Reviewed by: Joshua, June 14, 2020

Review of: Damascus Talon

I finally received this after it having been out of stock for months. It IS aesthetically pleasing. I would love if the Damascus pattern were visible around the entire length of the tang. It feels very solid and fairly heavy for a blade of this length, but it stands to reason since the spine is an average of 3/16 thick. Might be better if the handle were not so smooth.
Reviewed by: Brian, March 21, 2020

Review of: Damascus Talon

A most excellent short sword, very well made, the Damascus steel is beautiful, the handle scales are simple but nice. Comes with a quality leather sheath. I highly recommend this long knife.
Reviewed by: Daniel, February 03, 2020

Review of: Damascus Talon

The Damascus Talon is a beautiful blade. It arrived functionally sharp with good fit and finish on both the knife and the sheath. The sheath is a tight fit, but still allows a quick draw if needed. The Damascus pattern is gorgeous, with nice contrast between the light and dark layers, and the grip has some welcome detailing in the brass pins and bone inserts.

A couple of minor changes could make this knife even better. The glossy finish on the grip is slippery, especially if it gets wet. I would recommend employing a lanyard in the hole provided if you're going to use this in the rain. The scales are flat, with a very short radius on the edges. More rounded handle scales would improve comfort and avoid potential hot spots from extended use.
Reviewed by: James, November 20, 2019

Review of: Hobbit Sting Scabbard

A very nice accessory for your "Sting" to keep it clean and sharp while you are questing. You'll be pleased at the feel of it when your weapon "snaps" snug and securely into place. If you don't get it, you'll regret it.
Reviewed by: , October 30, 2019

Review of: Conan Valeria’s Sword

Having been a fan of the original movie since it debuted in the eighties I was delighted when the three swords were offered at prices far more reasonable than those made by the movie sword maker Jody Samson.
When I took Valeria's sword out of the box, I was shocked by its weight and construction.  There is no doubt in my mind that the actress was using a FAR lighter weapon in the movie, whereas Robert E Howard would have heartily approved of this beast!!!  Well done, ACC and thank you!!!
Reviewed by: Michael, June 06, 2019