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Constantin von Bernuth
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PostPosted: Mon 06 Feb, 2012 12:07 pm    Post subject: Two new 13th/14th c. eating knifes         Reply with quote

Here are my two latest knifes, well, one I made already early last year, but only finished the leatherwork lately.

The first one has a yew handle with brass and black horn plates, total length 22cm





and the scabbard (decoration based on Turku/ Finland find, madder died)...






The second one has an elder, bone and horn handle, total length 24cm







The cabbard is after a find from Schleswig which has drawn my attention for a long time...



Let me know what you think!

"I can resist everything - except temptation" (Oscar Wilde)


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Tim Lison




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These are great! I really like the combination of the white/black bands on the grip with the white/black checks of the sheath on that second knife.
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Hi Constantin,

Very very nice (which I have come to expect of you) and I especially like the leatherwork. Also really like the little file work detail.


Lovely all round.

Tod

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Beautiful!

Very glad to see such good work!
Inspiring :-)
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