Thorpe Falchion for medieval combat


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Meet the falchion from the Thorpe (found in Yare river) – type I.

This sword artifact was found in the Yare River near Norwich (East England) in 1833 and dates back to 1350.

We made this falchion ready to be used in buhurts and pro-fights. Rounded and blunted according to the rules of armored combat.

The handle is covered with durable and anti-slip leather.


  • Weight ~1400-1450 g
  • Full length 85 cm
  • Blade length 67 cm
  • Balance point 13 cm from cross guard.

The Thorpe Falchion for medieval combat is a stylish piece for good old medieval violence.

Falchions FAQ

While we understand the appeal of a sharp blade, we strongly advise against it for several reasons. First, sharpening our swords could compromise the carefully crafted bluntness designed for safe sparring. This can increase the risk of injury not only for yourself but also for your opponent. Second, depending on your location, owning or carrying a sharpened sword might violate local laws and regulations. Therefore, we recommend sticking with our safe and legal blunted swords to enjoy armored combat without any unnecessary risks or complications.

Absolutely not! All our swords/falchions/axes and other weapons are carefully blunted and rounded according to the strictest armored combat league regulations. We prioritize your safety above all else, so you can experience the power and thrill of armored combat without worrying about accidental cuts or punctures. Remember, sharp swords are not only dangerous and prohibited in armored combat but also often restricted by local laws, so our blunted blades ensure you train and fight with confidence and peace of mind.

Additional information

Weight 1.465 kg
Dimensions 85 cm

Basic, Pro