Viking knife or high medieval knife
The knife of choice for a simple medieval representation up to the 14th century. Knives like this were typical for almost the entire Middle Ages, until then, from the 13th century onwards, handle knives slowly began to appear.
Its straightforwardness and simplicity speak for this knife. No frills but simply solid functionality.
The slightly tapered handle made of walnut wood fits the hand well. The carbon blade is thick-walled, robust and has a very solid basic sharpness. The sides of the blade have not been polished. The preserved forging skin gives the blade a rustic look and also provides some protection against corrosion.
The brown leather sheath that comes with the blade fits tightly to the knife to prevent it from slipping out. It is made of cowhide and has a leather strap as a suspension, so that it can be stowed safely on the belt.
Data viking or high medieval knife:
Total length of the knife incl. sheath: ca. 24 cm
length knife: approx. 20,5cm
Blade length: approx. 9.5 cm
max. blade width approx. 2.5 cm.
max. blade back thickness: approx. 3mm
Sheath material: cowhide
Blade material: carbon steel
The knife is supplied pre-sharpened.
Scope of supply: 1 Medieval knife with leather sheath