The medieval eating knife is based on a River Thames find but is typical for France, Germany and the Low Countries too. Medieval eating knives were often paired with a pricker to make an 'eating set'.
The medieval eating knife has wooden grip scales and is finished with a brass bolster and pommel. The blade itself has an asymmetric sharpened false edge which was a common feature for this period.
The medieval eating set comes in a double layer veg tan leather sheath with individual pockets for knife and pricker.
Blade length 12cm/4.5"
Grip length 9.5cm/3.75"
Overall length 21cm/8.5"