Knives are the single edged cousin to the dagger. Historically knives had a utilitarian purpose, filling needs such as hunting, camp work and cutting. They could be used for protection if a sword or axe was unavailable. They have evolved into complex weapons which can be easily concealed.
This dagger has a single edge, full-tang, high carbon steel blade which is tempered and hand forged. Features rough hewn hardwood grip, solid metal parts with an antique brass finish. Leather sheath included. Overall 14-1/2 inches.
This exotic knife modelled after the Jambiyas of the Arabs, found in Persia and India, has a 1055 high carbon steel blade. Solid hardwood grip with decorative rondels. Hardwood scabbard covered in thin black leather with nickel tip. Worn at the stomach under a sash or belt. Overall length 14-3/8 inches.
This Seax has a 1065 high-carbon steel blade tempered to a low 50's RC, with a darkened, battle-hardened finish, extra wide tang. Unique blade shape with thick back-edge and pre-sharpened edge. Includes a matching scabbard, certificate of authenticity signed by the forging smith. Overall length 21-1/2 inches.
This seax replica has an etched blade that is flat ground, and can be sharpened. Brass lobed pommel and guard. Secure wood grip studded with brass tacks. Riveted Leather sheath with two thong slots. Overall length 19 inches.
This 8-3/4” long classic sunfish style knife sports a hand-sharpened stainless steel blade, solid brass bolsters, a bottle opener and flat head screwdriver. One of the most feared creatures of the high seas, the tentacled Kraken, is depicted on this Mack the Knife pocket tool.