Our hadseax features a bone handle and steel/bone layered hand guard. Is also supplied with a functional sheath.
A typical form of the seax is the so-called broken-back style seax. These seaxes have a sharp angled transition between the back section of the blade and the point, the latter generally forming 1/3 to 3/5 of the blade length.
This style exists both in long seax variety (edge and back parallel) and in smaller blades of various lengths (blade expanding first, then narrowing towards the tip after the kink). They occurred mostly in the UK and Ireland, with some examples in Germany around 8th-11th century.
Total Length: 394mm
Blade Length: 245mm
Blade Thickness: 4.75mm
Edge Thickness: 1.5mm
Scabbard Length: 265mm
Scabbard Weight: 103g
Max Scabbard Belt Allowance: 65mm