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Vince Evans Pattern-Welded Scramseax

This Anglo-Saxon Scramseax is of a design that was very popular throughout the Viking Age and early Middle Ages. The knife features an eight-inch blade forged from pattern-welded steel. The grip is made from bird's eye maple and is mounted with brass furniture. The simple leather sheath is mounted with a single belt loop and is embossed with a zoomorphic figure popular in Nordic and Anglo-Saxon cultures.

See our hands-on review for more information on this sword.

Overall length: 14.25"
Blade: 8.25" long; 1.5" wide
Grip length: 6"

Includes a leather sheath.

Maker: Vince Evans of Hawaii

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