Placing your Custom Order
The first step in placing your order for a custom sword (or other custom artwork) from Omega Artworks is to review our construction techniques and design catalog to figure out what you want. Look at our handle materials; decide whether you're interested in plating or engraving; consider other specialized touches to make your sword your own.
Once you have a good idea of what you're looking to have made, contact us via email or give us a call at 651-503-0273 to let us know what you're interested in. We'll work with you to refine your concept so you can get exactly what you want.
Pricing and Customization
Almost all of the items in our catalog are available as custom orders. We start with a basic hilt (not necessarily as shown in our photography) and blade, then work with you to build the knife, sword or ritual blade which is perfect for you.
Since every piece is unique, the price and time to complete will vary for every order. We work on each item individually, fitting every element uniquely to that piece, so it can take anywhere from 4 weeks to 6 months to create your custom work of art.
Prices and time frame will vary depending on your use of gems, choice of handle materials, engraving, silver or gold plating, and other factors beyond the basic wooden hilt with a steel blade. We will work with you to go over every detail and how it will effect the price.
We accept payments through the web on PayPal or we can accept most major credit cards over the phone. We also take personal checks or money orders through the mail. Payments on custom orders can be made in whole or in part. Normally we take 1/2 down with the remainder due at time of completion, although we will gladly work with you to set up an individual payment plan to suit your needs.
We have been in business since 1982. We work closely with our customers and do our best to create for them the item they imagine. Of course it is not always easy to make a purchase based on pictures from the web, so we want our customers to rest assured that if for some reason they are not satisfied with our artwork we will personally work with them and together we will do our best to get things corrected.