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Woman's Folding Replica Viking Knife on Rock

Woman’s Folding Viking Knife

Hand-Forged Woman’s Viking Knife Replica knife in use from Iron Age to Viking times. Hand-Forged steel Viking knife. Semi-sharp steel blade. Great for eating, skinning, feasting, leatherwork & other crafts. Although the shape is based on actual grave finds, the folding mechanism is a modern addition, but makes it more practical to store without needing …

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Woman’s Viking Knife

Hand-Forged Woman’s Viking Knife Replica knife in use from Iron Age to Viking times. Hand-Forged steel Viking knife. Semi-sharp steel blade. Great for eating, skinning, feasting, leatherwork & other crafts. Total length: 15cm (6 inches). Blade length: 6.2cm (2.5 inches). Weight: 50 – 55g (1.75 – 1.95oz).

Small Wooden Handle Viking Knife

Small Wooden Handle Viking Knife

Wooden-Handled Replica Viking Eating Knife Semi-sharp steel blade. Great for eating, leatherwork & other crafts. Total length: 13 – 14cm (5 – 5.5 inches). Blade length: 5.5 – 7cm (2.2 – 2.75 inches). Weight approx: 50g (1.75oz).

Hand-Forged Iron Arrowhead with Tang on Rock

Hand-Forged Iron Arrowhead with Tang

Hand-Forged Iron Re-Enactment Arrowhead with Tang Great for re-enactment, living history and educational displays. Sharp point and semi-sharp edges. Length up to 125mm (5 inches). Weight 12.5g (0.45oz).

Hand-Forged Iron Arrowhead with Socket on Rock

Hand-Forged Iron Arrowhead with Socket

Hand-Forged Iron Replica Arrowhead with Socket Sharp point and semi-sharp edges. Ideal for re-enactment, living history and educational displays. Length 75 – 85mm (3 – 3.35 inches). Weight 17 – 19g (0.6 – 0.7oz). Shaft width – 8-9mm (0.3 inch), tapering down to around 6mm (0.25 inch).

Hand-Forged Iron Age Viking Knife

Hand-Forged Iron Age Woman’s Knife This style of knife was in use from Iron Age to Viking times. It has been hand-forged in the Netherlands by a master craftsman from case-hardened iron and given a razor sharp blade. Great for eating, skinning, feasting, leatherwork & other crafts. The shape of the knife indicates it would …

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