Seax, Hereford, 7-9th Century AD
7th-9th Century seax from Hereford, City Excavations-i1
An accurate reproduction of a seax found in the city of Hereford. Pattern welded blade of iron and steel with a tool steel cutting edge. The handle has a pewter bolster and is made of English cherry. Comes with a hand stitched leather sheath with bras fittings.
Total Length: 210mm
Blade Length: 107mm
Blade Width at Handle: 24mm
Blade Thickness at Handle: 4mm
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