This seax manufactured by Drakka is renowned for its resilience and ability to retain a sharp edge. The seax is adorned with a knotted pattern and has a full tang. This exquisite handle is composed of bone and natural sheesham wood. The bolster and pommel of this dagger are made entirely of brass, giving it an attractive appearance. This dagger was originally employed for camp work, cutting tasks, on board, and combat if neither a sword nor an axe was available. aesthetically pleasing with ideal weight distribution. These are sharp out of the box, and the weight is ideal for long distance carrying. This seax is an excellent blade for travel and excursions. Grab this knife and watch the magic unfold; it won't drag you down in any way.
The contoured design allows for simple, safe sharpening of tools. Dual-Grit construction provides a coarse side for rapid cutting and shaping and a medium side for final sharpening and finishing.
Allows for the safe and simple sharpening of tools. Dual-Grit construction provides a coarse side for rapid cutting and shaping and a medium side for final sharpening and finishing. Sharpen your knife like never before thanks to the Puck's ergonomic design.
Blade length: 6.95 in
Length overall: 12.02 inches
Blade material: 1075HC
Sheath of leather
Is this seax knife the average size or is it smaller?
The average length of a Viking dagger was 31 centimeters (12 inches). Because the sax was the only Viking weapon with a single sharp edge, the Viking knife resembled the Viking sax.
Do you offer modern seax?
We invite you to browse our online catalog, where you can find a variety of designs that may appeal to you, to see the extensive selection of viking axes and other viking merchandise that we have available.
Is seax of Beagnoth a good gift for a Viking knife collector?
Deeply rooted in Scandinavian history, the Seax, also known as the "Scramasax" and "Sax," was the preferred blade shape of the revered and feared Vikings. Any seax would make an excellent present for a viking knives collector.