Game of Thrones Catspaw Blade
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Game of Thrones Catspaw Blade

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A blade of Valyrian steel that Catelyn Stark recovered from the assassin sent to finish her son Bran. It was taken to King’s Landing by Lady Stark and shown to Petyr Baelish, who identified it as belonging to Tyrion Lannister. This adult collectible is officially licensed from HBO®'s hit series Game of Thrones® and is an edition strictly limited to 2500 pieces.

The Game of Thrones® Collection is a series of collectible weapons and armor painstakingly recreated from the actual props used on HBO®’s hit fantasy epic Game of Thrones®. The officially licensed collectibles are made from the highest quality materials and have been crafted with special attention to reproduce the authentic details found on the props.

This item is not a toy, please keep out of the reach of children. This replica is intended solely for display purposes as a collector's item.

Overall Length: 19.5"
Blade Length: 10"
Blade Material: High carbon damascus steel
Handle: Faux "dragon bone" grip with 24k gold plated metal parts.
Plaque: Silkscreened wood with Game of Thrones® motif.
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  • Dimensions: 19.5" x 3"
  • Made In: Imported
  • Weight: 1 pound

(This product includes a shipping surcharge of $9.99.)


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HBOGame of Thrones Catspaw Blade

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If it were a would be a 'Reliant Robin'!

By Milo de Venus.

from Kent, The U.K.


  • Thought Provoking


    Best Uses

    • Adults

    Comments about this product:

    It was given to me as a gift.
    My immediate impression was a positive one, as it is a very unusual and interesting piece of weaponry.
    However, on closer examination it was extremely disappointing.
    It just looks cheap and tacky right down to the presentation plaque which is far too 'busy'and clashes horribly with the ornateness of the dagger itself. It just seems completely inappropriate as it adds an unnecessary distraction and cheapens the over-all effect. It also looks like a 'production-line', mass-made item rather than a hand-finished rare and 'painstakingly' crafted ornament.
    The'gold-effect on the handle - far from 'gold-plating' looks as though it was rendered using a few squirts from a tin of gold paint and the plastic 'faux dragon-bone' handle is ghastly.
    Sadly it will only be 'displayed' when the American friend who gave it to me visits, to spare their feelings.
    Perhaps it's a blessing that there are only 2499 more of these dreadful items remaining in the world.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


    Great Quality Replica

    By RoseRE

    from Virginia

    About Me Avid Gamer, Blade Collector

    Verified Buyer


    • Created From Actual Props
    • Very Aesthetic Display


    • Plastic Handle

    Best Uses

    • Adults
    • Display

    Comments about this product:

    As mentioned in pros and cons, the dagger is a very close replica of the original as it was crafted using actual props from the show. The only drawback is the plastic handle (dragon bone in the show's lore, antelope horn in the actual show knife). This was obviously done to keep costs/price low and the replicas all the same. The dagger still looks very nice and is a great addition to my collection.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (11 of 13 customers found this review helpful)


    Hit and miss

    By Walkerofskys

    from VT

    About Me Avid Gamer


    • Comes With Wall Mounts
    • Looks cool
    • Sharp


    • Cheaply made
    • Looks Fake Up Close

    Best Uses

      Comments about this product:

      It's is ok don't get me wrong, but for the price I wasn't expecting ok. It is really cool looking, if you don't examine it too closely. The gold parts look spray panted and the jewel in the hilt is obviously fake, (not that I was expecting a real ruby, but maybe a more convincing fake, nor was I expecting sold gold, but gold plating yes). The blade may or may not be actual Damascus Steel, but it looks silk screened to me. All that aside I love the look of it on my wall and my friends thought it was cool, all and all I'm satisfied, but it was not as awesome as I expected it would be.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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