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Medieval Folding Knife- London

Medieval Folding Knife- London

A replica of a 13th Century folding knife found during excavations of Medieval London. 


Folding knives become increasingly popular throughout the Medieval periods and their uses are varied. Some seem to be razors, others may be penners knives while some are for more everyday tasks- although it seems their use at the dinner board is frown upon. Some of these knives could have been a cheap alternative for poorer members of society as they are a functional knife which doesn't require the additional expense of a sheath!


Handle Material: Boxwood

Blade Material: Carbon Steel 


Blade Length: 95mm

Max Blade Width: 16mm

Total Length: 224mm

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