Vestre Berg Viking Sword

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If you are looking for a Viking sword that looks great on and off the battlefield, check out the Vestre Berg Viking Sword. Made from EN45 high-carbon steel, this functional Norse sword features an unsharpened, double-edged blade. A wide fuller runs down the center of the tempered, full-tang blade. The 9th-10th century sword continues with a short, straight crossguard. Engraved arrow-shaped details adorn the bronze guard.

Next, the hilt has a wooden grip. Red leather wraps around the ridged grip. The ridges provide a more secure grip for the wielder. Then, the hilt ends with a peened, lobed pommel. A peened pommel has a more durable construction. More of the engraved details adorn the straight lobes on the bronze pommel.

Finally, this sword comes with a wooden scabbard. Red leather covers the scabbard. It has a bronze chape and throat. In addition, there are bronze bands that attach to a belt. The belt is meant to be tied and knotted. It also has bronze detailing. This Viking sword is great for historical reenactments and weaponry collections.

Key Features:

  • Fully functional
  • Has a ridged grip
  • Engraved detailing
  • Comes with a scabbard and belt
  • Great for historical reenactments


  • Blade is EN45 high-carbon steel
  • Grip and scabbard are leather-wrapped wood
  • Guard, pommel, and scabbard accents are bronze

Care Instructions:

Measurements are approximate
Overall LengthBlade LengthBlade WidthBlade ThicknessPoint of BalanceGrip LengthWeight
37.2 Inches30.9 Inches2.1 Inches0.18-0.19 Inch7.8 Inches4.1 Inches3 Pounds 0.4 Ounce

1 review for Vestre Berg Viking Sword

  1. elctoo (verified owner)

    The sword itself is lovely. . .good balance, nice weight. . .a fine example of the original from which it’s reproduced.
    The belt and scabbard, however. . .well, let’s just say caveat emptor. The dye used for the leather, at least on mine, must not have been fixed properly because it bleeds, profusely.
    I always wipe any new leather product with a clean, dry, soft cloth to remove any excess dye and, after two or three passes the cloth comes away clean. Not so with this belt. . .after using two men’s large white cotton t-shirts, now completely stained with red streaks, there is still dye transfer on the third.
    I’m sure I’ll solve the problem; however, I didn’t expect to have a problem to solve with a new product. This much dye transfer from leather shouldn’t have made it past Quality Control.

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