The sax, seax or scramaseax is a large knife that was worn by European men in the 5th until the 11th century. Typical for the seax is that it has a single-edged blade and that it is worn horizontally, with the sharp edge upwards. It occurred in several lengths, from a short knife to longer than a sword.
The original of this seax was found in England and originates from the 9th century. The handle is made of massive horn and is screwed to the blade. The blade has a fuller. The sax has a total length of 60 cm, it has a blade with a length of 44 cm and a max. width of 5,5 cm. The sharp edge is 1 mm. It weighs approx. 1,35 kg. It is delivered including a scabbard.
This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.
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