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Shipping and Handling

At Middle Earth Treasure, we pride ourselves on our swift shipping process, usually dispatching your orders within 2-3 days. However, please note that during peak demand periods, it may take us a little longer, typically 7-8 days, to prepare and ship your treasured items. Rest assured, your patience is greatly appreciated as we ensure the quality and care of each shipment.

Delivery via USPS:

Your Middle Earth Treasures embark on their journey to you through the reliable hands of USPS. We entrust your order to their capable delivery service to ensure a secure and efficient delivery to your doorstep. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we're committed to making your shopping experience a memorable one.

Quality Craftmanship

At Sting Smith, quality craftsmanship is the heart of our sword-making tradition. We take immense pride in handcrafting each sword with the utmost precision and care. Our dedication to excellence is mirrored in our exclusive use of high carbon steel and Damascus steel, two materials renowned for their strength and aesthetic appeal.

High carbon steel provides the sturdy foundation for our swords, offering superior strength and exceptional durability. Meanwhile, our Damascus steel blades are true works of art, featuring meticulously layered patterns that not only enhance performance but also make each sword a unique masterpiece. With Sting Smith, you're not just acquiring a sword; you're investing in the culmination of centuries-old craftsmanship and the finest materials available.

Explore our collection and experience the seamless blend of quality craftsmanship and premium steel that defines Sting Smith swords.

Care And Maintenance

To ensure the longevity of your swords, Proper care is essential. Regularly clean your swords with a soft, lint-free cloth, and avoid using harsh chemical. For Swords with Carbon steel blades, applying a thin layer of mineral oil can prevent rust.

Handling your Sword

When Handling your sword, always be mindful of the blade's edge. Handle it by the hilt or scabbard to prevent transferring oils from your hands onto the blade.