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Leather knife sheath; the handle section has a wing or extension to one side. The sheath is decorated on the front and back with impressed interlace (mainly on the front) and the decoration is separated into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The seam is centre back and has edge/grain stitch holes. There would originally have been a small triangular insert in this seam, but this is now missing. There are two suspension slots in the wing part of the handle area. 12-13 c…

Leather knife sheath; the handle section has a wing or extension to one side. The sheath is decorated on the front and back with impressed interlace (mainly on the front) and the decoration is separated into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The seam is centre back and has edge/grain stitch holes. There would originally have been a small triangular insert in this seam, but this is now missing. There are two suspension slots in the wing part of the handle area. 12-13 c…

Brooch in the Form of a Bird of Prey [Vendel; made in Scandinavia] (1991.308) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Brooch in the Form of a Bird of Prey [Vendel; made in Scandinavia] (1991.308) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Scramasax

Scramasax

Sword Handles from Ejsbøl Mose

Sword Handles from Ejsbøl Mose

A collection of knives from River Thames in the City of London, England [640x1904]

A collection of knives from River Thames in the City of London, England [640x1904]

Early medieval West Slavic knives’ scabbard fittings:    1 - Spandau archaeological site in Berlin, Germany.   2 - Usadel am Tollensesee, Germany.   3 - Lancken-Granitz, Rügen, Germany.   4 - Psary, Poland.   5 - Brześć Kujawski, Poland.  Source: Sebastian Brather “Archäologie der westlichen Slawen”, 2008

Early medieval West Slavic knives’ scabbard fittings: 1 - Spandau archaeological site in Berlin, Germany. 2 - Usadel am Tollensesee, Germany. 3 - Lancken-Granitz, Rügen, Germany. 4 - Psary, Poland. 5 - Brześć Kujawski, Poland. Source: Sebastian Brather “Archäologie der westlichen Slawen”, 2008

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IMG_3823.jpg

MF223130.jpg photo by MikkelF84

MF223130.jpg photo by MikkelF84

Haandkraft: Purse from Dordrecht

Haandkraft: Purse from Dordrecht

MF223130.jpg photo by MikkelF84

MF223130.jpg photo by MikkelF84