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Utility and dining knife, 1250 – 1350

This knife is made after the original from excavations in London, dated approximately 1250-1350.

in stock: 13 pcs, Delivery date 27.11. at your place


16,00 €
13,22 € excl. VAT

Variants in stock

Material: hard wood in stock 3 pcs
Material: horn in stock 2 pcs
Material: bone in stock 5 pcs

Product No: 6112

Period: Modern times / Knives

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Product description

Utility and dining knife, years 1250 – 1350

Material of the handle scales on your request: hard wood, bone or horn.

  • This knife is sharp and can be also used for dining.
  • Overall length of the knife is approximatel 23cm
  • The full-tang blade is made of carbon steel (not stainless).
  • The knife comes with a lether scabbard.
  • Made by Marshal Historical

Important note: This is a fully functional prop of historical design, which is produced in small quantities in traditional manner. A regulatory food safety certification would make the price unaffordable. For that reason, we are committed to the following legal notice: This is a decoration item, neither certified nor suitable for contact with food!

Included in these categories: Medieval eating knives

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  • 2
    21.7.2017
    Guillaume Lio

    Already precised in the comment below. But I didn't read it. So for the english readers : rivets are not as expected, made with copper tubes, but they are made with plein steel or aluminium. That is disappointing but the knife is well made.

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    12.6.2014
    jan vykouk

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