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Large Roman Knife

A large utility knife used within the roman period. This has many uses from cooking to hunting and was always carried upon your belt. It has a wooden handle with a copper plate at base. The blade is made from mild steel and will be supplied blunt. It also comes with a hand stitched leather scabbard. Blade length approx 13cm Overall length approx 20.5cm

£30


Large Saxon Knife

A large utility knife used within the Saxon period. This has many uses from cooking to hunting and was always carried upon your belt. It has a hard wood handle. The blade is made from mild steel and will be supplied blunt. It also comes with a hand stitched leather scabbard with loop for attaching to belt. Blade length approx 12.5cm Overall length approx 23.5cm

£30


Small Utility Knife

A small utility knife used within the roman period. This has many uses from cooking to hunting and was always carried upon your belt. It has a wooden handle with a copper plate at base. The blade is made from mild steel and will be supplied blunt. It also comes with a hand stitched leather scabbard. Blade length approx 9.5cm Overall length approx 17cm

£25


Manning Type 17 Kitchen Knife

This is a manning type 17 roman kitchen knife with a hard wood handle. The blade is made from mild steel and will be supplied blunt. As found from digs at vindolanda. Blade length approx 11cm Overall length approx 20cm

£25


Manning Type 2A Kitchen Knife

This is a manning type 2a roman kitchen knife with a hard wood handle. The blade is made from mild steel and will be supplied blunt. As found from digs at vindolanda. Blade length approx 11.5cm Overall length approx 17cm

£25


Roman Kitchen Knife

This is a roman kitchen knife with a hard wood handle. The blade is made from mild steel and will be supplied blunt. As found from digs around Europe. Blade length approx 9.5cm Overall length approx 18.5cm

£25


Norwegian Type 2 Seaxe

This is a Norwegian type 2 seaxe around 7th - 8th century. It is a long single bladed weapon that was attached to the belt around the back and was used in conjunction with a buckler shield. The handle is made from hard wood with brass rivets. The blade is made from mild steel and will be supplied blunt. These come with a leather scabbard custom made for each seaxe for an exact fit, each scabbard comes with two loops with brass D-ring fittings for belt attachment. Blade length approx 30cm overall.

£50


Seaxe Type B
This is Flemish type 1 seaxe late 6th - 8th century. It is a long single bladed weapon that was attached to the belt around the back and was used in conjunction with a buckler shield. The handle is made from ash with a bronze plate at the end fitted with copper nails. The blade is made from mild steel and will be supplied blunt. These come with a leather scabbard custom made for each seaxe for an exact fit, each scabbard comes with one loop with a brass D-ring fitting for belt attachment. Blade
£50


Seaxe Type C

This is a variation of a Saxon seaxe around 6th - 8th century. It is a long single bladed weapon that was attached to the belt around the back and was used in conjunction with a buckler shield. The handle is made from hard wood with brass rivets and a copper endplate. The blade is made from mild steel and will be supplied blunt. These come with a leather scabbard custom made for each seaxe for an exact fit, each scabbard comes with one loop with a brass D-ring fitting for belt attachment. Blade

£50


Viking/ Saxon Eating Irons:
This is a set of a knife and eating pick in a hand stitched leather scabbard. They will have either a bone or antler handle depending on availability.
    £45.00
Saxon Fork:
This is a replica of a saxon eating fork in a handstiched leather scabbard. Made of hardened steel with a bone or antler handle, depending on availability.
£15.00
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