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15th c. Eating Knife ~ Malleus Martialis Firenze
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15th c. Eating Knife

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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 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








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.


More Details

  • 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
  • 1 Year Warranty >> More


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