A long 15thC medieval eating knife with laburnum grip scales and bent brass bolsters.
Based on finds from the Museum of London Knives and Scabbards book.
The knife has some file work to the spine, a copper inlaid makers mark and incised and carved decoration to the veg tan leather sheath.
Overall length 28cm/11"
Blade length 180mm/7"
Grip length 100mm/4"
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