WOMEN'S KNIVESCommonly found in female graves no-one knows exactly what these knives were used for, but they were perhaps used for cutting cloth or thread.
Forged and shaped by hand by a master blacksmith using an authentic forge.
FINNISH HUNTING KNIFEThis is a fine piece of handcraft made in the Finnish part of Lapland in a traditional northern Scandinavian way. This is a great multi-pupose knife that will stand tough usage in the forest, for hunting, fishing, carving, etc.
The blade is 7.7 (3 inches) long, is Very Sharp and is made from Quality High Carbon Steel hardened to HRC 63-65 and tempered to HRC 59 to balance ductility and brittleness. The blade extends with an internal tang secured to the top of the handle with a rivet. The blade is natural unpolished carbon black except for the grind.
The handle is made from a combination of curly birch, thin layers of leather and reindeer antler. It has a well designed shape which fits well in the hand and it it is finished off very smoothly without being slippery.
The sheath is made from wet-formed cow hide and it has a reindeer leather belt hanger attached to it.
SAAMI HUNTING KNIFEThis knife is a very fine piece of handcraft made in the Swedish part of Lapland in a traditional Northern Scandinavian way.
This knife is brilliant for hunting, fishing and forest activities. It is also suitable for carving and could be used in all kinds of outdoor activities such as survival exercises, bushcraft and camping.
The Blade is 7.5cm (3 inches) long, 1.8cm wide and 2.5mm thick, is Very Sharp and is made from high quality carbon steel (HRC 57). The blade extends with an internal tang that stretches approx 2.5" into the handle and is secured very firmly so that it will not come loose. Basically the blade will never come loose! The internal tang design is very beneficial from a weight perspective.
The Handle is made from oiled curly birch. The Sheath is made vegetable tanned cow hide leather, it has a reindeer leather belt hanger attached to it and it is decorated with a traditional pattern.