Our blacksmiths handcrafted a range of viking knives for you instilling them with historic legacy. Every piece is unique, every knife is an original. We offer different designs priced from more affordable to more exclusive, something for everyone.
Forged Knife in Deer Antler with Carved Viking Motifs. The photographs are for illustration purposes only. Our items are hand made and as such they differ in their appearance and specifications. Please contact us if you would like to know the exact look of your chosen product. Material: 54SiCr6…
Hand Forged VIKING or ANGLO-SAXON SCRAMASAX (seax knife) that is, in a blunt version, constructed especially for re-enactment. Material: 54SiCr6 high carbon spring steel, hardness approx. 55 HRC Pommel riveted Overall length: 65 cm Blade: 50.5 cm Weight: 1 kg Made by Arma Epona Smithy,…
Hand forged early medieval seax with antler handle (European deer). This kind of weapon/tool was used during Viking and Anglo-Saxon Age as a weapon and as a tool for everyday usage (chopping wood etc.). We manufactured this knife sharp for usage in wilderness. Overall length: 40 cm. Blade width: 4…
Scramasax (seax) in a BLUNT version designed especially for re-enactment, including 2-year warranty, a SHARP one will be most appreciated outdoors. Blade from high carbon spring steel, you can buy a leather scabbard separately as well. This seax is not just a historical costume accessory! The Czech…
Edelmir SCRAMASAX, blunt version constructed especially for re-enactment. Material: 54SiCr6 high carbon spring steel Handle: hand sewn leather Overall length: 60 cm Blade length: 47 cm Width at the guard: 4 cm Thickness of blade back: 4mm Manufacturer: Arma Epona, Prague, Czech Republic
Blunt Seax for Re-enactment. Blade: 54SiCr6 high carbron spring steel Hilt: leather Overall length: 64 cm Blade length: 50.5 cm Blade width at the guard: 3.9 cm Thickness of blade back: 4 mm Handle: leather, hand sewn Weight: 880 g Manufacturer: Arma Epona, the Czech Republic
An exact replica of sax found in England on the banks of the River Thames in London. The original can be classified into the period 900-1000 CE. Blade: 54SiCr6 high carbon steel Handle: ash Overall length: 35 cm Blade length: 23.2 cm Width at the guard: 3 cm Thickness of blade back: 6mm …
Forged KNIFE with Bronze Decorated Handle inspired by the Viking Age artefacts crafted in the Borre style. The metal fittings are cast in bronze using the lost wax method. Material of the blade: high-carbon spring steel (54SiCr6) Material of the grip: wood, bronze Overall length approx. 20 cm
The original Seax of Beagnoth (Thames scramasax) is a long single-edged knife from 10th-century (Anglo-Saxon). It was found in the River Thames in 1857 (now exhibited at the British Museum in London). It is a prestige weapon with inlaid copper, bronze and silver wire. There is an inscription…
Viking Damascus Knife. Hand made knife inspired by the viking finds (shape of blade, filigree sterling silver pommel and guard) and Scandinavian nature (elk antler, Finnish birch). Overall length: 30 cm, blade: 16.5 cm. Hand made by Ondrej Piskacek, Arma Epona Smithy.
Exact copy of a PRE-VIKING Forged SEAX. Original blade incl. the guard was found in Haithabu (Hedeby) and comes from the 7th-8th century. Wooden handle is made from one piece. Blade: 54SiCr6 high carbron spring steel Hilt: wood Overall length: 61 cm Blade: 48.5 cm Max. width: 4 cm Weight…