A simple medieval hunting knife based on those seen repeatedly in the work of Gaston Pheobus in the Livre Du Chasse.
A stout clipped point blade with a eye punched each side under the peak and the scale grip is finished in laburnum with hollow steel rivets.
The double layer veg tan sheath is finished in tan, with some carved and incised decoration and suspended using a hemp cord.
Overall length 32cm/12.5"
Blade length 19cm/7.5"
Grip length 10cm/4"
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