Viking Lucet - Bone

Art.Nr.: 17 Lucet Bein
8,40 €
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Viking bone lucet replica
Viking bone lucet replica
Lucet replica from the Viking Age
Lucet replica from the Viking Age
Viking lucet - back site
Viking lucet - back site
Viking lucet made from bone
Viking lucet made from bone
Viking bone lucet replica - detail
Viking bone lucet replica - detail
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Viking lucet made of bone after a find.

Here you can buy a historical Viking lucet replica of bone, a traditional knitting tool for weaving cords and strings.

This Viking knitting tool features a carved zoomorphic motif that appears to depict a bird and was made from a Viking Age find found on a farm in S°mhovd in northern Norway.

Link to the original Viking lucet...

The historical lucet was 22 cm long and 6.4 cm wide and made of whalebone. Our Viking lucet replica, on the other hand, is made of cattle bone and measures 10 x 3.5 x 0.4 cm with a hole of. 0.5 cm.

There are several known finds of knitting tools from the time of the Vikings, as shown by several finds of historical knitting forks that were used for braiding cords and strings.

Braiding with a Viking lucet...



Braiding with a Viking lucet is not difficult and easy to learn. You don't even need to cut the thread to a specific length - so you can make a cord of any length without having to specify a size beforehand. There are also different braiding techniques and variations, and can make cords in different colours and styles.
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Viking lucet made of bone after a find.

Here you can buy a historical Viking lucet replica of bone, a traditional knitting tool for weaving cords and strings.

This Viking knitting tool features a carved zoomorphic motif that appears to depict a bird and was made from a Viking Age find found on a farm in S°mhovd in northern Norway.

Link to the original Viking lucet...

The historical lucet was 22 cm long and 6.4 cm wide and made of whalebone. Our Viking lucet replica, on the other hand, is made of cattle bone and measures 10 x 3.5 x 0.4 cm with a hole of. 0.5 cm.

There are several known finds of knitting tools from the time of the Vikings, as shown by several finds of historical knitting forks that were used for braiding cords and strings.

Braiding with a Viking lucet...



Braiding with a Viking lucet is not difficult and easy to learn. You don't even need to cut the thread to a specific length - so you can make a cord of any length without having to specify a size beforehand. There are also different braiding techniques and variations, and can make cords in different colours and styles.
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