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Are you interested in history and everyday life of people in ancient times? A knife was (and still is) the most commonly used tool for everyday use. People used it already in prehistoric times; even today they cannot do without it. Are you looking for a knife that was used by people in the Middle Ages? Just have a look in this category! We offer replicas of utility knives, medieval knives, medieval eating knives or combat and hunting knives here.
A common knife consists of an elongated steel blade that is connected to a handle. A knife can be used for cutting and slicing. Combat knives are also used for stabbing.
The first knives were already made during the Old Stone Age. Originally made of rock, bone, flint, and obsidian, knives have evolved in construction as technology has, with blades being made from bronze, copper, iron, steel, ceramics, and titanium. Many cultures have their unique version of the knife..
The knives were used not only for preparing meals, dining, hunting or as a carving tool; but also for fighting. The combat knives are classified as bladed weapons. They were used as backup weapons for hand-to-hand combats. Even today, every foot soldier has a backup combat knife.
You will find in this category medieval knives with very authentic look, which was achieved by use of traditional methods and technologies. Today, they can be sold in the EU only as decorative items as they do not comply the sanitary condition for contact with food!
We also offer cutlery and table knives that are suitable for contact with food. They are beautiful replicas of historical table knives. Furthermore you can find beautiful replicas of utility knives in our shop. Expand your collection of replicas of historical weapons, equip yourself for the next battle! Those interested in modern times could have a look at the category modern knives.
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