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Knife, French or Spanish, 1300-1350.  Underside of the handle.  Rock crystal and enameled gilt metal, probably steel.

Knife, French or Spanish, 1300-1350. Underside of the handle. Rock crystal and enameled gilt metal, probably steel.

knife, Anonymous, 1400-1500 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

knife, Anonymous, 1400-1500 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Knife, French or Spanish, 1300-1350.  Other side of handle, again with enameled arms of France after 1376 and possibly a dragon.

Knife, French or Spanish, 1300-1350. Other side of handle, again with enameled arms of France after 1376 and possibly a dragon.

Knife, French or Spanish, 1300-1350.  Detail of side of handle. Arms appear to be the royal arms of France after 1376, so dating of the knife may be too early.

Knife, French or Spanish, 1300-1350. Detail of side of handle. Arms appear to be the royal arms of France after 1376, so dating of the knife may be too early.

knife 1450 - 1550 Dimensions w. 1.9 x l. 15.4 cm Material and technique wrought iron, root wood, brass

knife 1450 - 1550 Dimensions w. 1.9 x l. 15.4 cm Material and technique wrought iron, root wood, brass

Knife Date: ca. 1300–1350 Culture: French or Spanish Medium: Steel blade, crystal handle, copper-gilt mountings

Knife Date: ca. 1300–1350 Culture: French or Spanish Medium: Steel blade, crystal handle, copper-gilt mountings

st. Komplett järnkniv med träskaft och bronsbeslag. 1 st. träknivskaft, med blå utfällning, utan blad. Kuvert med metallfragment (järn). Medieval, Uppsala

st. Komplett järnkniv med träskaft och bronsbeslag. 1 st. träknivskaft, med blå utfällning, utan blad. Kuvert med metallfragment (järn). Medieval, Uppsala

knife 1450-1500 Dimensions w. 1.4 x l. 19 cm Material and technique wrought iron, root wood burl

knife 1450-1500 Dimensions w. 1.4 x l. 19 cm Material and technique wrought iron, root wood burl

Leather knife sheath; only the handle section remains. It is decorated with stamped and impressed decoration. The front has four impressed circular frames surrounded with foliate motifs and containing stamped lions passant. The back has three impressed lozenges containing stamped fleur-de-lys. The sheath has a side seam with edge/grain stitch holes. There are four suspension slots at the back. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath; only the handle section remains. It is decorated with stamped and impressed decoration. The front has four impressed circular frames surrounded with foliate motifs and containing stamped lions passant. The back has three impressed lozenges containing stamped fleur-de-lys. The sheath has a side seam with edge/grain stitch holes. There are four suspension slots at the back. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

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