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This seax is a replica of a 9th century original excavated in the river Thames near London in 1857. It is currently part of the collection of the British Museum. This decorated seax is decorated with Runes on one side. It depicts the complete Rune alphabet. The other side shows the name Beagnoth, who was possibly the maker or owner of the seax. Just like the original the engraving of this seax is inlayed with gold and silver. The blade is blued. The grip has two brass rings and the seax is delivered including a display to exhibit this beautiful replica.
Material: carbon steel
Total length: 70,5 cm
Blade length: 53,5 cm
Based on historical original
Weight: 650 grams
Shipping weight: 3 kg
This item is handmade in a limited amount. Each item is unique. Finish and sizes can slightly vary.
This item is semi-sharp and made for decorative use. For a surcharge it can be sharpened razor sharp. When you use the sharpening service, the warranty only accounts for transport damage. When using the sharpening service, the delivery time of the sword will be approx. 2 weeks longer.
For a surcharge of €70,00 the sword can be made blunt (2,5-3 mm). Please note: when using the bluntening service the warranty only accounts for transport damage. If you wish to use this service, please contact us or use the last step in the shopping cart (order comment). When using the blunting service, the delivery time of the sword will be approx. 2 weeks longer
This item is not sold to customers under 18. Click here for more information on the European arms acts.