A late medieval/ early Renaissance German eating knife from around 1500 with a clipped point blade.
The blade has a scale tang that is inserted into the bronze Bauernwehr style handle and riveted in place.
Blade has a copper inlaid makers mark and double layer veg tan sheath with hemp suspension cord and incised decoration.
Overall length 23cm/9"
Blade length 12cm/4.75"
Grip length 10cm/4"
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