Historical cutlery

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 Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and Carolingians, or the ballock daggers, popular in Western Europe in the 15th century. There are also some medieval style eating knives and prickers as well as some renaissance style forks.

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Seaxes

Eating and utility knives

  • Knife and fork set, 2020
  • Bone handled and wood handled knife and pricker sets, 2020
  • Knife and fork set, 2019
  • Eating knife
  • Eating knife
  • Eating knife
  • Eating knife detail
  • Knife
  • Knife back
  • 14 C eating / utility 240 mm OL stabilized burl handle
  • two knives, a fork and a pricker
  • Eating set
  • Knife and pricker
  • Horn handled eating knife
  • Small eating knife, completed July 2019
  • Small eating knife, completed July 2019.
  • Integral bolster 'steak' knife
  • Bone handled eating knife on plate with spoon

Prickers and forks

  • Knife and fork set, 2019
  • Knife and pricker set, 2019
  • Knives, fork and pricker set, 2020
  • Bone handled fork
  • Bone handled and wood handled knife and pricker sets, 2020
  • Ebony handled fork, 2020
  • Knife and fork set, 2020
  • Pricker
  • Fork
  • two knives, a fork and a pricker
  • Eating set
  • Knife and pricker

Daggers, dirks and other larger knives