You'll be armed to the teeth when you pick up one of our weapons charms.
You have the right to say that you're armed to the teeth when you buy from our selection of weapons charms.
True, they may be miniature versions of some of the deadliest weapons known to man, but these gold and silver charms still flash as bright as cold steel.
Whether you're a collector or a trained weapons expert, the scimitar is a fascinating sword. Its curved blade is its signature style, but it's not just for show. The scimitar has its origin in the Middle East and was used as a slashing blade. The curved design meant that riders on horses could slash without getting their sword stuck in their opponent. Today, the scimitar is an interesting, yet grim, reminder of the brutality of the Ottoman Empire. History buffs will be dying to get a hold of one of our scimitar charms.
The days of the Old West may be gone, but the classic design of the pistol most certainly is not. The percussion pistol is still used by some experts today. When you wear one of our percussion pistol charms, it's easy to imagine yourself in the Old West, staring down your opponent as you hover your fingertips over your holster. One quick draw, and it was all over with.
Gunfights weren't the only thing to worry about in the Old West, however. Indian raids wreaked havoc on settler's caravans, leaving arrowheads embedded in wagon wheels and, erm... other things. These arrowheads, carved painstakingly from different types of stone, are now coveted by collectors and historians. Your arrowhead charm, however, will be worth far more than collector's pieces.
Not all weapons are instruments of war, though. The pen knife is a useful tool in both combat and more practical uses. Why, we've seen several people peeling apples with them or tightening a screw – the possibilities are endless.
This quirky pen knife charm may not be as useful in work around the house, but you'll appreciate its craftsmanship nonetheless.