Ax of the Celts, early Iron Age


During the Iron Age, Central Europe is already a permanent home of Celtic tribes. The Celts were excellent ironmakers and smiths. Many tools are innovated and then mass-produced. Among such tools was also the ax. In contrast to the ax of the Celts from the late Iron Age, its demanding shape already exists and the handle is inserted into the axe head, not reversed, as in the previous period. At first sight the ax can look primitive, but its genius consists exactly in the versatility of its shape. Depending on the mounting, this tool can be used for chopping, chipping, debarking or wedging / splitting the tree trunks. More information...

€43,00 excl. VAT
In stock 1 pcs
Item physically stored in our Warehouse in Kadan
, dispatch on 23-Apr-2024
Item number: 3577

Ax of the Celts, early Iron Age

Despite numerous influences from the ancient territories, where the ax was used with the eye, this ax-form remains until the end of the Celtic settlement, where in the oppidum environment only its size increases.

If you are looking for an effective tool for the processing and shaping of wood, this Celtic Ax is the right choice!

  • Length app 11cm
  • Length of the sharp edge is app 8cm
  • Hand forged
  • Sharp (0,5-1,0mm)
  • Delivery without shaft / branch and other accessories
5-Jun 2017
David Maršálek
verified review
Materiál, tvar i velikost odpovídá nálezům z mladší doby železné. Opravdu univerzální nástroj vhodný do rukou každého kelta ;-)

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