Belt Knife- Small 13th/14thC
A small belt knife with a fullered blade. Lightweight and very sharp, it makes a fantastic personal knife for higher status medieval impressions of the 13th to 14th centuries.
The blade is traditionally forged from a twisted billet of iron and steel, with a carbon steel cutting edge fire welded on. The tang extends fully through the stacked handle made up of German steel spacers, faux ivory and black cow horn, completed with a small brass finial.
The sheath is water moulded and hand stitchedd with incised decorations similar to those found from medieval London and Dordrecht.
Handle: German silver, faux ivory/acryllic substitute, black cow horn, brass finial.
Handle Length: 80mm
Blade: Iron and steel
Blade Thickness: 2mm
Max Blade Width: 19mm
Blade Length: 84mm
Overall Length: 165mm