A utility knife was something that everyone, from any social class, would have had in the medieval days. This Bone Handled Medieval Utility Knife is one example of a quality medieval knife that would have been carried and used in a variety of tasks. In a sense, this utility knife would very much the modern-day equivalent to a folding pocket knife! This particular knife possesses a forged carbon steel blade with a straight, false-edged back and a cutting edge with a gentle curve and a fine point. This ensured ultimate versatility in a knife, making it great for everyday tasks like carving, cutting, whittling, piercing, and more. A knife like this would even serve well as a camp knife or a table knife, to help with cutting food and feasting! A white bone handle, accented with brass spacer-rings at the grip, adds to the appeal of the knife, making it a bit more distinctive in terms of looks. The knife comes complete with a leather sheath that features an attached belt ring, for easy carrying. You never know when you might need a good knife, and that is reason enough to always carry one. And when you ditch modern garb and go medieval, you can do so with your knife too, by packing along this Bone Handled Medieval Utility Knife!
- Fully Functional
- A Versatile Little Medieval Belt Knife
- An Effective and Generally All-Purpose Blade
- Includes a Leather Sheath with Hanging Belt Ring
- A Great Feasting Knife, Camping Knife, Utility Blade, and More
- The Blade is Made of High Carbon Steel
- The Handle is Crafted From Bone with a Copper Wire Inlay
- Overall Length: 10.5 Inches
- Blade Length: 5.75 Inches
- Weight: 5.2 Ounces
Darius (verified owner) –
I love this knife! It looks great and feels great. The metal loop attached to the sheath has caused a bit of an issue because it’s not big enough to accommodate my belt and makes putting it into a frog more difficult but I knew that was a risk when I bought it.