A simple early medieval eating knife based on multiple pieces from Knives and Scabbards (MOL book).
The sheath is made from double layer leather and is finished with a convoluted hemp cord suspension binding and a simple incised floral decoration.
The grip is of whittle tang construction and made from box wood and is faceted.
Overall length 20cm/7.75"
Blade length 11cm/4.25"
Grip length 85mm/3.5"
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