13th to 14thC Knife- Boxwood Handle

13th to 14thC Knife- Boxwood Handle

A broad blade working knife similar to ones found from Medieval Dordrecht, Netherlands.  Possibly carried by a field worker, tradesman or merchant.  Suitable for those portraying low to mid status individuals. 


Knife Details


Blade Length: 122mm, Max blade width: 31mm, Blade thickness:4-5mm, Total length: 225mm


Blade- laminated iron with a carbon steel cutting edge


Handle- boxwood handle with nickle silver decoration a brass stepped bolster, blonde rams horn end cap and brass finial


Sheath- water moulded veg tan leather with a simple stampedd decoration, dyed brown and fitted with a bone slider