Small sword

A superior 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with…

English silver hilted small sword in good condition hallmarked London 1754 by John Carman II of London.

Cold Steel Small Sword 88SMS

Cold Steel Small Sword 88SMS

This type of sword is often called a pillow sword as it was traditionally thought that these small swords were hidden under a pillow for self-defense. There is no evidence that this was the case and it is more likely that it was carried as a gentleman’s sidearm.

Sword /sôrd/ Noun A weapon consisting typically of a long, straight or slightly curved, pointed.

Fionna Crystal Sword Construction Process by AnyaPanda.  So totally doing this.

Fionna Crystal Sword Construction Process by AnyaPanda. Not for this particular cosplay, but for the amazing / doh why didn't I think of this skeletal structure for the inside of cosplay weapons

http://thecheekylittlegoblin.blogspot.dk/2012/04/sword-tastic.html Just over here daydreaming over this.

In my dreams, I've always felt safer with a small sword or a dagger hanging on my belt.

3D TUTORIAL: MAKING OF POST APOCALYPTIC CITY RUINS

This is a good example of how to add vegetation to a skyscraper. It might end up being too small of an image for much detail but you can be the judge of that.

IKEA toy storage hacks for the bedroom. A dress up area with the GRUNDTAL via Small Fry Blog / www.grillo-designs.com

21 IKEA Toy Storage Hacks Every Parent Should Know!

Ikea Hack - costume rack, for behind the loft ladder and add a shelf to store all the small accessories

An iron small-sword, Italy, ca. 18th century. https://darksword-armory.com/

An iron small-sword, Italy, ca. 18th century. https://darksword-armory.com/

Knight, Max Yenin on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/42LR2

Personal project, started from small thumbnails in between work, and grown up to this. Every character has his personal "historical time of existing", weapon and "speciality" Hope you like it friends)

Medieval knights collection. Personal project, started from small thumbnails in between work, and grown up to this. Every character has his personal "historical time of existing", weapon and "speciality" Hope you like it friends)

Personal project, started from small thumbnails in between work, and grown up to this. Every character has his personal "historical time of existing", weapon and "speciality" Hope you like it friends)

A fine small-sword with porcelain grip:    provenance:	 	Germany dating:	 	18th Century

A fine small-sword with porcelain grip: provenance: Germany dating:

Sting was an Elven shortsword made in Gondolin during the First Age. After wielding it during the Quest for Erebor, Bilbo Baggins had it engraved with the Sindarin text, Maegnas aen estar nin dagnir in yngyl im. Translated into English, it reads, "Sting is my name; I am the spider's bane." The Appendix of The Silmarillion defines the element maeg in Sindarin as meaning "sharp" or "piercing". During the Third Age, it was wielded by Bilbo Baggins, Frodo Baggins, and Samwise Gamgee. Sting…

Sting

Fantasy Swords - Sting - Bilbo Baggin’s Sword Sting was an Elvish knife or dagger, used as a sword by the Hobbits in J. Tolkien’s trilogy, the Lord of the Rings. Made in Gondolin in the First Age,.

A Beautiful Yet Intriguing Early 18th Century French Transitional Rapier On first impression, from photographs alone, this might appear to be a usual, very fine small sword, however, it is actually around twice the size in mass of a standard small sword, and thus, it is in fact a most scarce form of transitional rapier, from France, from around 1700. Although this is French, French makers were very popular in England, and throughout Europe

A Beautiful Yet Intriguing Early 18th Century French Transitional Rapier On first impression, from photographs alone, this might appear to be a usual, very fine small sword, however, it is actually around twice the size in mass of a standard small sword, and thus, it is in fact a most scarce form of transitional rapier, from France, from around 1700. Although this is French, French makers were very popular in England, and throughout Europe

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