This tweezer has been elegantly hand crafted from a single piece of metal. Measuring 8 cm this is a completely utilitarian item for personal grooming. It is based on a 1590´s museum specimen, nevertheless it would have looked quite at home within a few centuries before or after that date, and such is its classic functionality.
Leather Hanger is a set of eating utensils, including a knife, spoon and two-pronged fork. It includes leather holster belt. Length 24 cm. Width 5 cm.
Notwithstanding its medieval design, this four-piece cutlery set made by Ulfberth also perfectly meets the high standards of modern cuisine: All items are hand-forged out of stainless steel, hence non-corroding and suited for direct contact with food.
Viking utility knife with a shape resembling the Sami knives, a type of knife extensively spread in Scandinavia nowadays. The blade is made of high carbon steel and is sharpened. Includes a leather scabbard decorated with brass in an early medieval Germanic style.
High carbon steel 1095 knife, hand-forged. Replica based on archaeological remains of the Medieval period. 10,5 cm of blade and 21 cm of total length. It has not been treated and may rust if used with food. Includes sheath.
Set of cutlery in wrought iron by hand with twisted handles. Includes: knife (20.5 cm), spoon (16 cm), fork (17.5 cm) and punch (14.5 cm). Includes a leather bag to wear on the belt. Wrought iron is not stainless.
In this section you will find different items of kitchenware and cutlery of medieval style such as knives, forks, spoons, cups, plates, earthenware jars.