A miniature broad-axe made with a spring steel blade. “Razor sharp”. This is an example and I can make to order. Others are all slightly different and varying lengths. Ash handle. Good for slicing anything from leather to onions.
This is a mini copy of a broad-axe from the Saxon/Viking period. An example can be seen on the Bayeux tapestry. Made by a combination of traditional and modern methods its spring steel blade is hardened and tempered to allow for a keen edge. This is not a historically accurate example as I do not believe any this size have been found. A fun thing for the kitchen or workshop.
Will post abroad but postage costs will vary and the buyer is responsible for any custom restrictions on bladed weapons.