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"
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