Viking throwing axe Franziska
Beautiful early medieval throwing axe worked after historical finds.
This type of axe head is known as "Franziska". This Frankish utility axe is documented since the 5th-6th century and enjoyed great popularity in the early Middle Ages in other cultural circles.
The axe comes with a scabbard. This is only conditionally reenactment suitable because of the snap fasteners, but it is practical for safe transport.
Data Viking throwing axe:
Handle length: approx. 44 cm
Blade length: approx. 13 cm
Weight: approx. 0,8 kg
Type of handle: ash
Axe blade type: carbon steel
Data leather sheath:
Workmanship: Double stitched with 3 snap fasteners
The forging skin in the form of a layer of scale was left standing. This gives the axe a very rustic look. Also at that time, steel was not always polished to a high gloss for no reason.
It is a historical replica of a Viking throwing axe, which was designed for reenactment representations as a decoration. We therefore assume no liability for product defects resulting from the practical throwing use.
Scope of delivery: 1 Viking throwing axe Franziska with leather sheath