Medieval Horn folding knife TCP66
This medieval horn, folding knife is based on a 14thC example but this sort of style was around in both the 13th and 15thC. It may or may not be a razor or a simple utility knife, we do not know. But, either way the blade is held open by a simple thumb tag which was the standard way until the 17thC. TCP66
Limited edition of black, brown, red and pink available while stocks last.
Carbon steel blade
Polished horn handle
Comes with a natural leather transport case
Overall length - 19cm/7,5"
Blade length - 75mm/3"
Grip length - 11cm/4.25"