12th to 13thC Knife- Dogwood Handle
A 12th to 13thC knife with clear Dutch influence in its design. Very much a utility knife for use around the camp, its broad, iron backed blade and dogwood handle make this a tough knife while the thick brass endcap gives it a reassuring weight. A good workng knife for those portraying someone of low to mid status.
Blade length: 112mm, Max blade width: 23mm, Total length: 200mm
Blade- laminated iron with a carbon steel cutting edge
Handle- Dogwood handle with a bone boster and a brass end cap
Sheath- Water moulded veg tan leather sheath, dyed brown, incised with contemporary designs and fitted with a bone slider and spacer