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Copper and elm seax

Copper and elm seax


The shape of this knife was inspired by Anglo-Saxon finds from around the year 1000, although this knife is not a historical replica per-se.

The handle was carved with an intertwining knotwork pattern also taken from early-medieval sources.

The sheath was wet formed from veg tan leather, and is set up for edge up carry, as is historical for this type of knife. The sheath fittings were fabricated from copper.

Steel: 1075 carbon steel
Handle: copper, birch bark and carved elm wood

Weight: 160 grams
Spine thickness: 5mm
Height: 32mm at the widest part
​Edge Length: 190mm
Handle Length: 145mm
Overall Length: 335mm

 -Knife has been Sold-