Reivers dagger - Late 16thC Northern English/Lowland Scottish basket hilted dagger. Loosely based on a piece in York museum. Steel guard and pommel, cord bound leather grip. Heavy spined hollow ground double edged blade with copper inlaid makers mark. Red leather sheath with fabricated steel fittings.
Overall 20"/51cm, 4.25"/11cm
Viking or Saxon round shield - 70cm 298" diameter The shield is constructed from 12mm or 1/2" plywood, tapered down across the face to 6mm or 1/4" at the edge....
Viking round shield 82cm /32" diameter, constructed from 10mm ply, tapered down to be 5mm at the edge. Front and back covered in bonded linen canvas, gesso filled, painted lime...
This is a stunning and authentic reproduction of a Viking battle axe made by a very skilled friend. These were devastating weapons that were used to great effect against the...