Mace and Flails
Medieval mace, flails and War Clubs
There is a common misconception that a mace and flail are the same. A medieval mace is a single rigid weapon. A flail is a weapon with a handle with chains attaching one to three spiked metal balls.
Mace and flails were commonly used between the 13th and 15th century in Europe. At first they were commonly used by peasant soldiers but later was used more and more by Medieval Knights. Two types of mace was introduced. The spiked mace and the flange mace.
Flail Single Ball - 17 5/8" overall. Black cord wrapped wooden handle. Linked chain attached to single spiked cast metal ball.
This Black Single Ball Flail . The overall size is 18" . This ball is constructed of stainless steel with a Wood handle.
42 inch flail with hardwood handle and iron chain and spiked ball.