This stainless steel piece depicts the hatchet of a Viking interspersed with symbols and lettering from the historic period. The Dane axe is an early type of battle axe, primarily used during the transition between the European Viking Age and early Middle Ages. Other names for the weapon include English long axe, Danish axe, and hafted axe. Vikings most commonly carried sturdy axes that could be thrown or swung with head-splitting force. The Mammen Axe is a famous example of such battle-axes, ideally suited for throwing and melee combat. An axe head was mostly wrought iron, with a steel cutting edge.
Metals Type: Stainless steel
Clasp Type: Lace-up
Chain Type: Rope Chain
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