Feestspada Armouries
 

 

 

   

Welcome to the feestspada armoury.

Florio dictionary 1610

Feestspada specialise in producing bespoke swords, daggers and related leather items to order. You describe what you would like made, agree the design, and we will make it for you. These designs can be chosen from historical reference, inspired by, or referenced from my extensive resources acquire from museums and libraries, or if preferred a unique interpretation to make the design your own. All work is hand crafted, with great attention to detail, every effort is made to bring the weapons alive for the fencer or collector.

 
   
Wild Cat themed Small-sword Scottish Dirk Side-Sword German, Northern Italian Side Sword c1550
       
Olive inspired swept_hilt rapier Spadroon Halflang
       
Small-sword Seven Ring Rapier German Broadsword
       
Small-sword Arming Sword Arming Sword Small-sword
       
Long Sword The Galway Sword - Irish Arming Sword 16th Century Dagger 1595 Cup Hilt Small-sword set
       
Single Stick Ribbon Hilted Broadsword German Military Broadsword (1595) Fleuret
       
Hudiedao butterfly knives Longsword scottish_dirk Small-sword
       
Cup Hilt and Small-sword Set Dagger main guache
Longsword Fantasy Longsword
swept hilt longsword    
       

 

All work is carried out by Andrew Feest. Andrew's experience comes from a professional background in theatre and video design and production, graphic design and a practical knowledge of historical sword play attained as a fencing instructor with nearly 20 years of experience. Feestspada specialise in producing bespoke swords, daggers and related leather items to order. You describe what you would like made, agree the design, and Andrew will make it for you. These designs can be chosen from historical reference, inspired by, or referenced from my extensive resources acquire from museums and libraries, or if preferred a unique interpretation to make the design your own.

All work is hand crafted, with great attention to detail, every effort is made to bring the weapons alive for the fencer or collector.

 

Latest work

Irish/Scottish Halflang circa 1400