JT produces also swords
|Swords can be made as authentical replicas of historical blades,
or unique ones made according the wishes of the customer.
Some examples are listed below.
|A patinated bronze sword without the grip panels & a bronze sword with curley birch handle.|
|An early iron-age "Akinakes" iron sword &|
celt-iberian "Falcata"-sword with patinated surface.
|Two ancient Greek kopis sword"s.|
|Two Celt-Iberian single edged "falcata sword"s.|
|Three Roman period gladius-swords.|
|Two Roman period spatha-cavalry swords.|
|Late roman era spatha with the hilt made mostly of wood.|
|A migration-period "Ring-sword" with damascus blade.|
|A merovingian period broadsword after a sword found from Sweden.|
|Vendel-style broadsword forged from spring steel.|
|A patinated merovingian period sword from Finland. Pattern welded blade, crossguard & pommel of wrought iron, grip is of black oak.|
|A simple M-type viking sword from 800-900 AD.|
|Iron-age C-type sword after a weapon found in Ristimäki, Kaarina.|
|A frankish-style "Skramasax"-short sword &|
damascus bladed "Langsax" viking-style short sword.
|Z-type viking sword after a weapon found from Dalarna, Sweden.|
|Z-type viking era sword with a broad fullered blade.|
|A lightly patinated, simple x-type viking sword.|
|Two X-type swords from the end of viking era. Both blades have forgewelded "JTMEFECIT" inscriptions and decorations.|
|A late version of X-type sword, manufactured according to specifications given by the customer.|
with "brazil-nut" pommel.
|Medieval broadsword with|
straight cross and wheel pommel.
|A single handed broadsword from late medieval period, manufactured according to customers wishes.|
|A medieval longsword with wheel pommel.|
|A stiff-bladed cut-and-thrust sword from later middle-ages.|
|Two-handed sabre, modeled after 16th century Hungarian sabres.|
|A german-style bastard sword with a wide and stiff blade.|
|A large sized longsword with siderings forged on the guard.|
|Katzbalger (cat skinner), the sidearm of a Landsknecht soldier from the Renaissance period.|
|Swiss sabre, a long bladed hand-and-a-half single edged sword of renaissance period.|
|Swiss Sabre II, a two-hand sabre from renaissance period, modelled after|
two historical swords.
|Swiss Sabre III, hand-and-a-half sabre from 1550 AD.|
|Champagne saber made in the fashion of Swiss Sabre.|
|A set of three japanese-style weapons.|
|Indian 18th century Sosun Pattah sword.|
|Another Indian Sosun Pattah sword.|
|Indian Tulwar-sword forged from high carbon steel.|
|Kukri of war with thick blade|
of forged carbon steel.
|A single edged fantasy falchion with wide but thin blade.|
|Longsword with pattern welded blade,|
a scaled down version of a medieval two-handed sword.
|"Ravenbrand" fantasy sword.|
The blade and the hilt are fashioned after
two different medieval swords.
|"Ravenbrand" fantasy swords pommel.|
|"The Beater" a fantasy sword.|
|"Death Wielder" fantasy sword with three bar damascus steel blade construction.|