13th to 15thC knife-Dudgeon Handle
A fairly broad blade knife similar to ones found from Medieval Dordrecht, Netherlands. Possibly carried by a tradesman, merchant or someone of higher status. A functional, light utility knife but perhaps better suited for the dinner board. Suitable for those portraying mid to high status individuals.
A broad blade working knife similar to ones found from Medieval Dordrecht, Netherlands. Possibly carried by a field worker, tradesman or merchant. Suitable for those portraying low to mid status individuals.
Blade Length: 118mm, Max blade width: 26mm, Blade thickness: 3mm, Total length: 194mm
Blade- laminated iron with a carbon steel cutting edge and an integral bolster
Handle- A true dudgeon handle with a black bog oak spacer, iron end cap and brass finial
Sheath- water moulded veg tan leather with a stamped decoration, dyed dark brown and fitted with a bone slider