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MALLEUS MARTIALIS

Simulacri di Armi Antiche e Coltelleria
Historical Blunt Arms & Cutlery
Via delle Fornaci 4 – 50023 – Impruneta (FI)
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Sheaths

A tailor-made dress All our sheats are hardened with the cuir-bouilli technique, with which the leather is moulded and then put in form on the blade. Knives or daggers’ sheaths are made by one or multiple layers when needed, dyed and sewn completely by hand. The...

A tailor-made dress

All our sheats are hardened with the cuir-bouilli technique, with which the leather is moulded and then put in form on the blade. Knives or daggers’ sheaths are made by one or multiple layers when needed, dyed and sewn completely by hand. The decorations, in the peculiar period style, are completely custom and handmade by cutting or punching, recovering the ancient geometries and patterns, taken from the original surviving sheats or miniatures, paintings, effigies, tiles and pottery.

 

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  • Tuscan Vegetable Tanned Leather of premium quality
  • For an accurate reconstruction, living history and re-enactment
  • Fully customisable
  • Handcrafted in Italy
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Leatherworking Set

Product Name: Leatherworking Set Period: 14th c. - 17h c. Source: Reconstructed from some european archeological findings and miniatures from the Nuremberg Library. Blade Cross Section: triangular Stokholm Half Moon: Blade length 15 cm - Max Blade Width 17.7 cm Diamond Awl: Awl Length 5 cm Hawkbill Knife: Blade Length 9.5...

Product Name: Leatherworking Set
Period: 14th c. – 17h c.
Source: Reconstructed from some european archeological findings and miniatures from the Nuremberg Library.
Blade Cross Section: triangular
Stokholm Half Moon: Blade length 15 cm – Max Blade Width 17.7 cm
Diamond Awl: Awl Length 5 cm
Hawkbill Knife: Blade Length 9.5 cm – Max Blade Width 1.7 cm
Narrow Knife: Blade Length 7.5 cm – Max Blade Width 3.1 cm
Skiving Knife: 23 cm
Max Thickness: 3,5 mm
Edge Thickness: Sharp
Hardening: 54 HRC
Flexibility: None

 

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€250,00

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Price for each:
Stokholm Half Moon – 70,00 €
Diamond Awl – 25,00 €
Hawkbill Knife – 60,00 €
Narrow Knife – 60,00 €
Skiving Knife – 60,00 €

 

With your own hands

The Leatherworking Set is based on european archeological findings and a fascinating manuscript from Nuremberg also known as “Landauer Twelve Brother’s House”. This book was started in the 15th c. by a german trader’s grandson, whose grandfather, named Mendel, had established the” Twelve Brothers House Foundation” (Zwölfbrüderhausstiftungen), where a dozen older artisans were given a place to live in exchange for their work. [>>More]

 

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  • Disclaimer: the blades are not stainless
  • Grip: Beech Wood
  • Perfect for DIY period leatherworking
  • Perfect for the arts and crafts reconstruction
  • Sheath not included, it can be added on request.
  • Handcrafted in Italy
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Scappi Cooking Set

Product Name: Scappi Cooking Set Period: 16th c. Source: Reconstructed starting from the beautiful prints contained in the italian cooking treatise Opera di M.Bartolomeo Scappi, cuoco secreto di Papa Pio V Blade Cross Section: triangular “Coltello Mastro a Battere”, Boning Knife: Overall Length 36.5 cm - Max Blade Width...

Product Name: Scappi Cooking Set
Period: 16th c.
Source: Reconstructed starting from the beautiful prints contained in the italian cooking treatise Opera di M.Bartolomeo Scappi, cuoco secreto di Papa Pio V
Blade Cross Section: triangular
“Coltello Mastro a Battere”, Boning Knife: Overall Length 36.5 cm – Max Blade Width 7.2 cm
Coltello da Torta, Cake Knife: Overall Length 37.2 cm – Max Blade Width 4.1 cm
Ostreghina, Oyster Knife: Overall Length 18 cm – Max Blade Width 2.5 cm
Coltello da Pasta, Pasta Knife: Overall Length 36.2 cm – Max Blade Width 4.5 cm
Forcina, Little Fork: 23 cm
Forcina, Big Fork: 45 cm
Max Thickness: 3,5 mm
Edge Thickness: Sharp
Hardening: 54 HRC
Flexibility: None

 

FULL SET PRICE

€370,00

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Price for each:
Coltello Mastro a Battere, Boning Knife – 100,00 €
Coltello da Torta, Cake Knife – 80,00 €
Ostreghina, Oyster Knife – 60,00 €
Coltello da Pasta, Pasta Knife – 80,00 €
Forcina, Little Fork – 25,00 €
Forcina, Big Fork – 50,00 €

Italian Flavours & Fragrances

The Scappi Cooking Set is based on the treatise Opera di M.Bartolomeo Scappi, cuoco secreto di Papa Pio V (1570) by Cook Bartolomeo Scappi, who was active in the 16th century and was one of the fathers of the italian cuisine. He was the Vatican Kitchens’ official chef under Pope Pio IV and Pope Pio V.

 

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  • Disclaimer: the blades and forks are not stainless and are not suitable for food preparation.
  • Grip: Italian Olive Wood
  • Perfect for reenacting the 16th century cooking customs and traditions.
  • Perfect for the renaissance table reconstruction
  • Sheath not included, it can be added on request.
  • Handcrafted in Italy
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14th c. Serving Knife

Product Name: 14th c. Serving Knife Period: mid 14th c. - early 15th c. Source: Inspired by one from the Wallace Collection. Blade Cross Section: triangular Grip: Birch Wood and small brass tubes Overall Length: 32.5 cm Blade Length (from the cup): 22.5 cm Max Blade Width: 5.1 cm Grip Length: 10 cm Edge...

Product Name: 14th c. Serving Knife
Period: mid 14th c. – early 15th c.
Source: Inspired by one from the Wallace Collection.
Blade Cross Section: triangular
Grip: Birch Wood and small brass tubes
Overall Length: 32.5 cm
Blade Length (from the cup): 22.5 cm
Max Blade Width: 5.1 cm
Grip Length: 10 cm
Edge Thickness: Sharp
Weight: approx. 205 gr.
Hardening: 54 HRC
Flexibility: None

 

€125,00

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A classy accent

The 14th c. Serving Knife is inspired by a Wallace Collection specimen but one can find this kind of knife in many of the major museums all over Europe. Its sharp edge is a must-have for a nobleman’s table. The main difference between our reproduction and the original one is the highly decorated top, that in many similar examples have a zoomorphic shape.

 

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  • Disclaimer: the blade is not stainless and is not suitable for food preparation.
  • Grip: Available with Birch, Box, Apricot, Walnut, Cherry.
  • Perfect for reenacting noblemen and their servants
  • Perfect for the medieval table reconstruction or the medieval kitchen
  • Sheath not included, it can be added on request.
  • Handcrafted in Italy
  • 1 Year Warranty >> More

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15th c. Eating Knife

Product Name: 15th c. Eating Knife Period: early 15th c. - late 15th c. Source: Based on a knife from the London Findings, this kind of blade is also depicted in period last supper and banquets miniatures and paintings. Blade Cross Section: triangular Grip: Horn or Bone Overall Length: 28...

Product Name: 15th c. Eating Knife
Period: early 15th c. – late 15th c.
Source: Based on a knife from the London Findings, this kind of blade is also depicted in period last supper and banquets miniatures and paintings.
Blade Cross Section: triangular
Grip: Horn or Bone
Overall Length: 28 cm
Blade Length: 17.5 cm
Max Blade Width: 1.8 cm
Grip Length: 10.5 cm
Edge Thickness: Sharp
Weight: approx. 85 gr.
Hardening: 54 HRC
Flexibility: None

 

€125,00

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A refined adornment

The 15th c. Eating Knife, whose shape is precisely taken from London findings, is depicted by the most famous painters and miniaturists all over Europe. This knife has a sharp edge.

 

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  • Disclaimer: the blade is not stainless and is not suitable for food preparation.
  • Grip: Horn – Black Buffalo Horn; Bone: Bovine Bone; Wood: Box, Apricot, Walnut, Cherry.
  • Perfect for reenacting noblemen or infantry men.
  • Perfect for the medieval table reconstruction
  • Sheath not included, it can be added on request.
  • Handcrafted in Italy
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14th c. Eating Knife

Product Name: 14th c. Eating Knife Period: 14th c. - early 15th c. Source: Based on a knife from the London Findings, this kind of blade is also depicted in period last supper and banquets miniatures and paintings. Blade Cross Section: triangular Grip: Horn, Bone or exquisite wooden essences Overall...

Product Name: 14th c. Eating Knife
Period: 14th c. – early 15th c.
Source: Based on a knife from the London Findings, this kind of blade is also depicted in period last supper and banquets miniatures and paintings.
Blade Cross Section: triangular
Grip: Horn, Bone or exquisite wooden essences
Overall Length: 25 cm
Blade Length (from the cup): 14.2 cm
Max Blade Width: 2 cm
Grip Length: 10.8 cm
Edge Thickness: Sharp
Weight: approx. 80 gr.
Hardening: 54 HRC
Flexibility: None

 

€110,00

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A precious accessory

The 14th c. Eating Knife , whose shape is precisely taken from London findings, is depicted by the most famous painters and miniaturists all over Europe. This knife has a sharp edge.

 

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  • Disclaimer: the blade is not stainless and is not suitable for food preparation.
  • Grip: Horn: Black Buffalo Horn; Wood: Box, Apricot, Walnut, Cherry.
  • Perfect for the medieval table reconstruction
  • Sheath not included, it can be added on request.
  • Handcrafted in Italy
  • 1 Year Warranty >> More

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