Seax is the Old English term for knife, but the usage of the word also includes short swords and daggers. The Saxons, whose namesake came from the seax itself, were often known to carry them, both men and women alike. They were usually used as all-purpose tools, varying in size, as to fit the function necessary of the wielder.
These Damascus Steel Seax are fully sharp and functional, with a decorated black horn handle.
Full length: 35cm
Blade length: 22cm
These are sharp, ID must be shown for proof of age.