We are pleased to announce the newest product in our line of licensed collectibles from the HBO® series Game of Thrones®. Ice, Sword of Eddard Stark Damascus Edition is made from high carbon damascus steel, created when two types of high carbon steel are folder together repeatedly to create thousands of alternating layers in the metal. It was modeled directly on the actual screen used prop from the show, with accurately matched materials and dimensions. Each sword is serialized and is part of an overall limited edition of just 500 pieces. It will come with a wall mount and a certificate of authenticity. Ice, Sword of Eddard Stark Damascus Edition will retail for an MSRP of $700, we will start accepting preorders on Saturday October 5th for early 2014 deliveries.

34 Thoughts on “Ice, Sword of Eddard Stark, Damascus Edition

  1. delwyn on October 5, 2013 at 10:15 am said:

    Had to get up at 3am to order this as soon as it went on sale!

    My next question should be obvious: what number did I end up with? :)

  2. Gustavo on October 5, 2013 at 10:26 am said:

    6pm here in Spain when sale begun.

    What number will it be?


  3. Was 2am here, but well worth it! Will be doing it all again tomorrow too for Longclaw.
    I too would like to know what number I ended up with.

  4. Jason you’ve got around 25. Gustavo you’re around 13, Delwyn you’re up in the 30s.

  5. David Rodriguez on October 6, 2013 at 1:20 am said:

    I would also love to know what number I got

  6. david you’re #20

  7. Jonathan on October 7, 2013 at 12:53 am said:

    Hi, I’d like to know what number I am. Thank-you

  8. Matt Jackson on October 7, 2013 at 10:21 am said:

    Hi Could i find out what number i’ve been allocated


  9. Edward on October 7, 2013 at 3:08 pm said:

    Hi, Ordered both damascus swords this weekend, wondering if I have similar numbers for each.

  10. You can request them Edward, we’ll do our best. You’d just have to pick a number higher than both your order positions.

  11. Edward on October 7, 2013 at 4:19 pm said:

    I’m order 28 for Longclaw. How about Ice?

  12. Christian W on October 8, 2013 at 11:34 am said:

    it looks like I got #20 or so on Longclaw. Can you let me know what number I will get on Ice? Thanks a bunch.

  13. Abdallah Abdallah on October 9, 2013 at 1:36 am said:

    Can I know what number I managed to get please?

  14. Ice order positions are as follows:

    Colin W
    Gabriel N
    Emily G
    Shawn T
    Edward S
    Adam N
    Trey K
    Dennis H
    Gregory D
    Michael B
    Jillian T
    Daniel B
    Angel Daniel M
    John H
    Zachary Y
    Rogelio F
    Gustavo B
    Timmi R
    Thomas L
    David R
    Jason F
    Kane R
    Joseph E
    Justin C
    Mahendran L
    Jordan F
    Casey L
    Andrew M
    Matthew J
    Ancuta C
    Elmer G
    Jason H
    James J
    Abdallah A
    Cinda L
    MErcedes T
    Nicholas S
    Kevin D
    James M
    Dennis C
    David J
    Jordan P
    David B
    Kenneth K
    Oystein K
    Christian W
    Patrick N
    Harry P
    James H
    Lisa B
    Andreas S
    Jason L
    David L
    Igal K
    Kevin Z
    Dylan G
    Benjamin B
    Ethan A

    Exempted from this list are people who may have ordered multiple swords at the same time, their orders are stored on a separate list and are reintegrated (pushing others up or down) prior ti shipping depending on which items come in stock first.

  15. youssef on October 11, 2013 at 6:11 pm said:

    Hey Chris I wanted to know how sturdy the blade was on this sword? did you have a chance to hold it and swing it around? how did the blade compare to the book version of Ice?

  16. Much sturdier, this is a true full tang sword. Our book ice was not.

  17. Hullo valyrian!
    I would like to know a few things about these wonderfull swords you have. How many damascus ice do you have left for sale. I would also like to know if damascus longclaw is fulltang as well

  18. Ozzy, we have around 300 available for sale still. Damascus Longclaw is not full tang.

  19. Already ordered mine but I was curious if the limited editions would have anything signed by George R.R. Martin like the book versions?

  20. Hi there, just wondering if #500 or #499 has been requested yet?

  21. yes, both, Waz.

    Tim, no, the show replicas do not get his signature.

  22. Can you guys recommend a polish/anti-rust product?

  23. Any oil or wax made for guns or knives can be used to protect your blade from corrosion. With damascus we do not have a recommended polish as a polish can remove the patina, the best defense in this case is prevention.

  24. Robert on January 1, 2014 at 6:05 pm said:

    What is the Patina?

  25. a patina is the decorative finish.

  26. Robert on January 2, 2014 at 11:09 am said:

    So the grey colouring and the swirls on the damascus blade is the patina? And you can simply polish them off? I thought the finish was simply what the metal was like…

    Please correct me if I’m wrong

  27. Yes, and you’re not wrong.

    Maybe it is easier for you to think of it like copper. Copper, when left alone, will patina to that green statue-of-liberty color. You can then polish it, and it’ll be bright shiny copper, and then let it patina again, and it’ll go back to green. Damascus still is much the same. You can brighten the colors up by polishing.

  28. Robert on January 3, 2014 at 12:29 am said:

    Thanks understood love your work VS

  29. Michael on January 3, 2014 at 4:17 am said:

    Hey planned on ordering next paycheck. Wondering how many ICE and Longclaw Damascus versions are left?!

  30. 300 Ice, 150 Lonclaws, approximately.

  31. hi just wondering is this real damascus steel ? as iv been told that damascus steel was lost to the world, thanks

  32. Josh F on April 30, 2014 at 8:27 pm said:

    Any plans to release a wolf scabbard for Ice.

  33. no sorry, no scabbard for ice

  34. Simon on May 12, 2014 at 6:21 am said:

    I have been collecting nihonto for many years and have a selection of fist size tamahagane from the NBTHK tatara in Japan. I know your website sells fantasy swords but I do like GOT. Pattern welded swords still I find interesting, a process involving twisting and hammering the steel to give it strength and variation. Can I ask who made these swords, maybe someone I know?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Post Navigation