The Norwegians want their knives to look good, and work very well. The patterns have been refined over the last thousand years or so, and tend toward elegant, functional, simplicity. Most of the styles are very traditional, and many will suit the reenactor very well.
Brusletto knives are made from high carbon stainless steel hardened to about 58 on the Rockwell "C" scale. They come in a variety of elegant, but traditional styles. Workmanship is very good. Most of the sheaths have a molded plastic insert to protect the sheath and owner.
The Fisker'n (Fisherman) is an upscale fishing knife with a cork and curly
birch handle, and a narrow 5 1/2" blade. The handle has an aluminum pierced
stud for attachment of a lanyard if you wish. Despite the full sized handle
and blade, the knife weighs less than 2 ounces.
The price is $79.
Shipping and handling is $6 per order (not per item) anywhere in the US. Standard shipping is by Priority Mail, so please give me your mailing address, not your UPS address. The $6 doesn't actually cover the cost in many cases, but it's easy to calculate, and is my way of saying "thank you".
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