The scramaseax, or seax, was a knife used throughout Europe from the 7th to 11th centuries. This seax was entirely produced in the shop from scratch. The blade is 1095 high-carbon steel with a bright, nearly mirror polish. The fittings are mild steel with a satin polish, and the grip is made of birch with a burned finish. The sheath is made of vegetable-tanned leather with decorative knot work and a deep red color.
The specifications are as follows:
Overall Length: 11.75 inches
Blade Length: 7.125 inches
Blade Width: 1 inch
Handle Length: 3.625 inches
Point of Balance: .5 inches from guard
Weight: .55 pounds