Historical blades

This pages shows some of the knives that Nick has made based on medieval examples such as the seax, which came in a range of sizes and was popular with the Vikings and Carolingians, or the ballock daggers, popular in Western Europe in the 15th century. There are also some medieval style eating knives.

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Seaxes

  • Large seax with scabbard
  • seax butt
  • Lila's seax
  • Two smaller seaxes
  • Antler handled large seax
  • Antler handled seax
  • Wood handled seax.
  • Large seax (56cm full length) with antler handle.
  • Large seax (56cm full length) with antler handle.
  • Large seax blade, Oct 2019
  • Large seax blade close up, Oct 2019
  • Large seax blade close up, Oct 2019

Eating and utility knives

  • Antler handled eating knife
  • Bone handled eating knife on plate with spoon
  • Integral bolster 'steak' knife
  • Bone handled eating knife.
  • Wood handled eating knife
  • Small eating knife, completed July 2019.
  • Knife and pricker set
  • Knife and fork set
  • Small eating knife, completed July 2019
  • Horn handled eating knife
  • Horn handled eating knife

Daggers, dirks and other larger knives

  • Dagger
  • Tiny Viking sword
  • Ballock dagger
  • Ballock dagger
  • Antler handled large seax
  • Persian style Knife
  • Dirk
  • Ballock dagger.
  • Ballock dagger handle.
  • Axe head detail
  • Axe