Maelstrom Trident Line Scabbards

Tritonworks Trident Line scabbards are intended to be matched to the desire of the customer. If you want your scabbard to be that of a Venetian bravo, a Germanic mercenary, an English knight, or any other nationality of any station at any time period, we will do our utmost to accommodate you.

Examples


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This particular sax was patterned after one from the Netherlands, the "Heerewaarden seax."

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Occasionally I get the opportunity to work on a genuine antique piece such as this 1889 German Cavalry Saber

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This sword started out life as a standard Albion yeoman but Albion customized it for the customer with a steel cross and a bronze pommel sporting a steel Star of David. In keeping with this them we have embossed hebrew text on the scabbard and stamped tiny Stars of David on the belt.

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This was the first migration era sword that we have done in a long time. I like to think this one looks quite a bit better than the last one

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This is the first bronze age sword that we have done in many years. It was fun to revisit that era.

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This is our latest khukri scabbard. We don't do a lot of these but they are interesting pieces to do.

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Here we have what is commonly termed a "cut and thrust" transitional sword.

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A matching viking sword and seax

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A Kirby Wise seax sheath roughly inspired by the Nijmegen sheath

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Full length shot of sword in scabbard with hanger

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Full length shot of sword in scabbard with hanger.

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This scabbard was an experiment in new hand stamping and hand dying techniques.

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Full length shot of 15th century Tinker sword sheathed. The owner wanted the sword to have a War of the Roses feel to it

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This is a scabbard for the Armart Urnfield Sword. This particular scabbard features a goatskin outer with cast bronze fittings.

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Full length shot of DT 5161 sheathed notice the risers under the leather.

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This is a scabbard for the Albion Reeve, the customer in this case wanted something a little different.

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A complicated Viking Style suspension system is the highlight of this Jarl scabbard.

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This scabbard features custom embossing, and copper inlay along with copper hardware all with a crescent theme.

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The customer designed this scabbard to reflect the wish of Henry V to go on a crusade to the Holy Land.

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This scabbard and suspension are based on the Ballatearae Icelandic archeological finds. The the shoulder pad was not found on the original and is a customer request. It is fully removeable.

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Scabbard for an antique smallsword. The scabbard hardware was made by another vendor and I built the scabbard to match both the hardware on the exterior and the sword on the interior.

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Full-length shot of a Del Tin 14th century sword. The scabbard is distressed red leather the belt is distressed brown leather.

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This scabbard for an Albion Decurio is inspired by the 3rd century Lyon burial which featured a similar sword.

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This is a scabbard I did up for an Albion Allectus. The scabbard is accurate however the balteus (belt) has been simplified as a cost saving measure for this customer.

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Fancy rapier with two tone scabbard. Note the contrasting colors to match the rapier handle.

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Albion Thegn, with tooled leather, belt slide and historically accurate hardware.

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This customer wanted a simpler scabbard than some of the others I had done for him in the past.

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A detail of the work on the throat of this scabbard. Note the black and read weave.

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A full length shot of the sword sheathed. Note the sheathed by knives in the exterior sheaths.