Hand Forged Axes

A dozen or so of the world's only Axes.

VIKING AXE

“Warriors don’t show their hearts until the axe reveals them”

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Handmade axes

Handmade Axes

Our axes are hand-forged in the Viking tradition.

10 years' experience

10 years' experience

We have over 10 years' experience in Viking axe forging.

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+3,200 Vikings around the world have placed their trust in us.

The secrets behind the creation of our Axes

An axe for your battles.

As a Viking Blacksmith, I've created hundreds of axes for the most fearsome Vkings. With my experience, I wanted to forge several axes with a soul unique to each one so that each Viking could have an Axe to match his battles.

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Find out more about Viking Axe

Every Viking has his own axe that accompanies him in all his battles. The greatest Vikings in history have always used the axe as a construction tool, but also in battle, as they wielded it like no other.

Viking Battle Axe

Battle axes are quite different from conventional axes and even from the axes that the Vikings used to build boats, houses and carts…. A Viking battle axe is lighter and shorter so that it can be used easily in battle to strike, but also to throw. The axe-throwing activity you may be familiar with is actually inspired by Viking history ! Battle axes are quite different from conventional axes, and even from the axes that the Vikings used to build boats, houses and carts…. A Viking battle axe is lighter and shorter so that it can be easily used in battle for striking, but also for throwing. The axe-throwing activity you may be familiar with is actually inspired by Viking history !

All the greatest Vikings like Odin, Thor or Freya had their Viking axe in history, even if they had additional skills. Loki, Ragnar and Björn also used the Viking battle axe frequently in the greatest battles. You’re probably familiar with the Vikings series, where you can enjoy several battles with the axes of these characters who really existed in Scandinavian history ! Don’t wait any longer to get the axe of your dreams. Each of our axes is hand-forged in the Viking tradition, with unique designs using Viking codes and symbols such as the Vegvisir compass, the Breton Triskel and the Valknut symbol. As a true Viking, you’ll recognise the incredible detail and precision of our axes. Each axe moulds to the shape of your hand and is the perfect size to optimise throwing, but also the striking power for slicing wood, for example.

Viking Axe for sale

If you’re here, you’re looking to buy a Viking axe! You’re right, Viking. For a Viking, an axe is like an extension of his arm; he carries his axe everywhere on his belt and uses it to build, to fight or even to eat (in extreme cases). Obviously, our axes are not made for combat, as this is illegal, but you can buy one of our axes for several reasons. Our axes have unique symbols derived from Viking tradition, the handle is made from high-quality wood for extra strength and comes with a leather grip for a secure hold. We also supply each axe with a leather cover to cover the blade and prevent you or anyone else from getting hurt. You can use our axes as a traditional decorative object that you place in your home to remind you of our ancestors. Each axe is hand-forged, which means your axe will be unique and only you will own it. Our axes are designed to last over 100 years and will last a lifetime.

Genuine Viking Axe

If you’re desperate for a genuine Viking axe, you’ve come to the right place. We have over 3000 Vikings who have joined our clan by buying an axe from us. We know how difficult it is to find a Viking axe, as few offer quality, tradition and design at a good price. But with time and a lot of reading about Viking history, we’ve created axes that fit perfectly into the Viking world, whether it’s the blade, the handle or even the engravings. If you’re desperate for a genuine Viking axe, you’ve come to the right place. We have over 3000 Vikings who have joined our clan by buying an axe from us. We know how difficult it is to find a Viking axe, as few offer quality, tradition and design at a good price. But with time and a lot of reading about Viking history, we’ve created axes that fit perfectly into the Viking world, whether it’s the blade, the handle or even the engravings.

The Viking axe is often called a “battle axe” or “Danish axe”. There are several types of Viking axe, but the Danish axe, with its large blade and long handle, is one of the most famous.

The Vikings used axes for two main purposes: combat and everyday work. Axes were versatile weapons, effective at slicing, piercing and breaking through enemy shields. They were also used for chopping wood, building houses and boats, and for other everyday tasks.

The Vikings used a variety of weapons, including axes, swords, spears, bows and arrows, as well as knives and clubs. They also used shields to protect themselves in battle. Weapons were often made from iron and wood, and sometimes decorated with motifs and symbols.

The Vikings came from the region of Scandinavia, which includes present-day Denmark, Norway and Sweden. During the Viking Age, which lasted from the 8th to the 11th century, the Vikings extended their influence and led raids and explorations in many parts of Europe and beyond.

Viking Axe forging was an artisanal process carried out by skilled blacksmiths, who used forging, bending and welding techniques to shape iron into strong, functional axes. Axes were often forged from several pieces of iron, some of which were harder to form the cutting edge, while others were softer to absorb the shock of use. Handles were usually made of wood and carefully fitted to the head of the axe to ensure a firm, comfortable grip.