If you’re wondering if it’s possible to get real-life replicas of the swords featured in The Witcher franchise, the answer to that is a definite yes. But since real swords are very pricey, you could only have one if you have a large amount of money to spare.
Kaer Morhen Forge, the only swordsmith with a CD Projekt license for making and selling Witcher swords, creates steel and silver swords on individual commission. According to his website, the price of each sword depends on its design, materials used, and additional accessories and details, like scabbard and runes. But to give his clients an idea of how much his creations cost, he classified the swords he makes according to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt sword tiers:
- Basic (Level I) – €400 ($435)
- Advanced (Level II) – €500 ($545)
- Great (Level III) – €700 ($765)
- Master (Level IV) – €900 ($980)
This pricing, however, doesn’t include shipping costs and fees for optional scabbard and inscriptions. A typical scabbard, however, is usually priced at around €200-€300 ($215-$325), while a standard set of inscriptions cost €100 ($110).
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Depending on the client’s reference, the swords can also be made in three types: battle sword, training sword, and dulled.
Kaer Morhen Forge is not a company. The man behind it forges each sword by himself. And since he has a day job and swordsmithing is just his hobby, a single sword takes around two weeks to be made. This is also the reason why he doesn’t accept big commission batches.