A classic styled eating knife from the 13th and 14thC based on many Museum of London examples. The blade is quite broad and substantial with an inlaid mark and some further stamped blade decoration.
The grip is boxwood and has a 'dot and circle' pattern drilled in. The brown leather veg tan sheath is also based on Museum of London pieces and is decorated front and back.
Overall length 22cm/8.5"
Blade length 11cm/4.25"
Grip length 10cm/4"
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