Broke Back Seax Viking Knife with Pattern Welded Blade & Decorated Scabbard
Made in Yorkshire, UK, this Viking knife / seax has a pattern-welded (or Damascus) blade and is a fine example of a Viking seax. Several types of iron & steel are forged together, beaten & then acid etched to get this exquisite pattern on the blade. The handle of the knife is made with rings of alternate red deer stag antler and tough black leather & finished with a solid bronze fitting where the blade is slotted in with a long tang. The blade itself is razor sharp and represents a unique knife that may have been used for sacrifice, or performing special Asatru rituals. It would also make a great hunting knife, or eating knife at any Viking banquet. The back of the blade is 4mm thick and angled down at the front with a working edge. The sheath is decorated with typical Viking designs and has Elder Futhark runes spelling out 'Jorfor Made Me' as it was made by the Jarl of Jorfor's Hall.
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- Blade length - 14cm (5.5 inch).
- Overall knife length - 32cm (12.6 inch).
- Knife weight - 214g (7.5oz).
- Knife weight with sheath - 520g (18.35oz).