Selection of eating knifes, single designs

All knifes are uniques and will not be replicated.

Eating knife

Own design based on finds in the Netherlands

15th ct.
Ebony and brass handle, dark red scabbard with ornamental cut design.

Eating knife

Own design based on finds in the Netherlands

15th – 16th ct.
So-called Bockshufmesser (goatfootknife) with ebony and brass handles. Handle its roundabout 1,5 cm wide, but at its thinnest only 2 – 2,5 mm high. Brass fittings filed in hoof design.
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Vegetable knife

Based on a picture in Bartolomeo Scappis „Opera“, Venice 1570

16th. Ct.
Blade C 45 steel, handle rhododendron plated with brass fittings.

Fishfileting knife

Own design

16th ct.
Thin and bendable blade with ebony handle and brass fittings.

Small eating knife

Own design based on London excavations

15th ct.
Pointed blade, C 45 steel, boxwood handle, brass fittings, cognac scabbard with cut design.

Knife of Emperor Lothar from the movie „Pope Joan“ (Constantinfilm 2008)

Blade and engraving after a London find 13th ct. Handle and fittings based on franconian/rusvik finds.

Blade C 45 steel, antler handle and brass fittings.
Engravings by E. Deutschmann

Belt and knife for the character Geralt, played by David Wenham in the movie „Pope Joan“ (Constantinfilm 2008)

Rusvikstyle scabbard with copper and brass fitting in cut design. Belt with franconian buckle and strap end.

Eating knife

Based on dutch finds exhibited at the Klingenmuseum Solingen (catalogued f.e. in Jochen Amme: Historische Bestecke Bd. 3. Stuttgart 2012)

1500 – 1600
Open worked brass fitting sawed into fleur de Lys design with palm leave engravings and horn plated handle.

Pair of eating knifes

Based on Dutch finds exhibited in the Marquardt Collection at the Klingenmuseum Solingen (catalogued in Klaus Marquardt: Europäisches Essbesteck aus 8. Jahrhunderten. Stuttgart 1997)

1500
Brass framed handles with horn plating. Engravings right: Lion under a palm leave (top), palm leaves (bottom). Engravings left: flower (top) and leaves (bottom).

Pair of eating knifes, backside

Based on Dutch finds exhibited in the Marquardt collection at the Klingenmuseum Solingen (catalogued in Klaus Marquardt: Europäisches Essbesteck aus 8. Jahrhunderten. Stuttgart 1997)

1500
Brass framed handles with horn plating. Engravings right: St. Barbara and the tower (top), palm leaves (bottom). Engravings left: like front side

Large eating knife

Design based on engravings from the Marquardt Collection at the Klingenmuseum Solingen (Engravings: Klaus Marquardt: Europäisches Essbesteck aus 8 Jahrhunderten. Stuttgart 1997; knife composition: Jochen Amme: Historische Bestecke Bd. 3. Stuttgart 2012)

1500
Handle with large brass fittings and small bone plates. Engravings: top Maria Magdalen with salt spender, bottom palm leaves.
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