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Hand forged axe “OTHALA” with leather cover

SKU: axe-as-11
$327.00 Regular price
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Hand forged axe “OTHALA” with leather cover

  • Authentic Viking Craftsmanship: Dive into the world of the Vikings with our “OTHALA” hand-forged axe. This isn't just an accessory; it's an embodiment of Norse legacy, an ideal pick for enthusiasts seeking real Viking weapons.
  • Battle Ready: As a functional Battle Axe and Hatchet Axe, it is forged with precision, ready to echo the might of the Viking era. Whether for reenactments or display, its presence speaks volumes of its authenticity.
  • Detailed Artistry: This Handmade Axe boasts a carved ashwood handle featuring detailed engravings of the protective Vegvisir and Othala Rune, adding historical significance and aesthetic appeal to this Norse Axe.
  • Personalized Engravings: Beyond its standard design, we offer the option to inscribe your personal touch on the axe handle, making it a unique treasure or a thoughtful gift.
  • Specifications & Add-ons: Axe head measures 7.87" with a 6.10" cutting edge, weighing 3.63lb. Crafted from high carbon steel W108, it assures durability with a hardness of Rockwell 52-56(HRC). Every purchase includes a leather cover, and there’s an optional wooden box for those seeking extra elegance.

Technical Details:

The length of the head: 7.87" (200mm)
Cutting edge: 6.10" (155mm)
Overall weight: 3.63lb (1.65kg)
Overall length: 23.62" (600mm)
The material of the axe head: high carbon steel W108, forged
Hardness: Rockwell 52-56(HRC)
Handle material: ashwood
The leather cover: included
The wooden box: optional
Engraving: have standard engraving (we can make your personal engraving on the axe handle)

Describe what you would like engraved here. You can also send an image to email: info@ancientsmithy.com.

If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

Hand forged axe “OTHALA” with leather cover from AncientSmithy
Hand forged axe “OTHALA” with leather cover $327.00 Regular price

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