Gaelic axe Sparth, 13th – 14th cen.
This Gaelic axe (so called Sparth) was made after the original that is exhibited in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin. This axe developed from Viking axes and similar type was later used by galloglass warriors. These warriors of half Gaelic and half Norse descent dominated the area around the Irish sea between the 13rd and 16th centuries.
Variants in stock
|Finish: brushed, matt finish, Steel: not hardened construction steel DIN USt37-2 | GOST St2kp (may get deformed in use)||in stock 1 pcs|
|Finish: forged, Steel: oil-quenched spring steel DIN 54SiCr6, approx. 54 HRC||in stock 1 pcs|
Product No: 9699