SW276 Sax of Beagnoth


The Beagnoth Scramasax was found in the river Thames during the 19th cent. Dated from the 9th cent, it wears the name of its owner, with silver, copper and brass inlays, written in Anglo Saxon runes.

Our copy has the exact dimensions of the original sax, the pattern being engraved in the blade. Length 73cm (blade 55cm), grip made of wood with brass inlays, leather scabbard.

× All these weapons have steel blades, but are not intended for fencing, unless otherwise specified.