A 14thC hunting knife with a stout single edged blade with a distinctive shape and copper inlaid makers mark. Box wood grip scales with dot and circle decoration, a beautifully decorated spine with steel/ brass rivets, brass bolsters, combined with the blade shape make this typically 14thC.
The dark brown leather sheath has an intricate carved design.
Overall length 30.5cm/12"
Blade length 18.5cm/7.5"
Grip length 11.5cm/4.5"
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