This Bronze Age axe is based very heavily on one in the National Museum in Budapest.
At present I know very little about it (please let me know if you know anything), but I just fell in love and had to make it and here we are....
The head is in the form of a stylised beast and may be a boar, but as I believe the origin to be Scythian, it is more likely to be a horse.
Mounted on a charred ash shaft.
Total weight (including shaft) 843g/29oz
Length of shaft 47cm/18.5"
Head dimension 16cm x 12cm or 6"x4.5"
A medieval sword scabbard for the Albion sword models Mercenary and SL Bastard. Poplar wood core, veg tan leather plain, tan scabbard. Separate, dark red sword belt with brass hanger...
Very little is known about these small medieval and renaissance crossbows and there are very few in existence, but all were loaded with a screw jack in the grip and...
This medieval sword scabbard built for the Albion Reeve, Bayeux and Stamford swords has a wooden core covered in a veg tan leather outer, bronze and fitted with a...