Viking Fire Striker - small

Art.Nr.: 16 Feuer-S 3
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Viking Age fire steel replica
Viking Age fire steel replica
Fire steel of the Vikings
Fire steel of the Vikings
Viking fire striker replica
Viking fire striker replica
Viking age fire steel
Viking age fire steel
Viking fire striker - original
Viking fire striker - original
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Hand-forged Viking fire steel.

Here you can buy a Viking fire steel that was made according to a find from Denmark, which is now in the National Museum in Copenhagen.

The boat-shaped form of this fire steel is very characteristic of Viking fire steels. However, they were also used in this way by Germanic tribes, Slavs and even in the later Middle Ages.

The Viking fire steel is forged by hand from carbon iron. The fire steel is of very good quality and produces sparks particularly easily, which, in combination with the appropriate tinder material, make it easy to start a fire.

We also carry the flint needed to make a fire in our online shop.

In the time of the Vikings, the fire steel was an absolutely indispensable utensil on the home cooker and it was simply impossible to imagine the kitchen of the Middle Ages without it.

The simple beauty of this Viking fire steel, its forge-finished, matt grey surface and the elegantly rolled ends make even such a simple utensil as a fire steel a small piece of jewellery.

The dimensions of the Viking fire steel are 8 x 2.5 cm.



With dry tinder, flint and a little practice, sparks can be created by striking the fire steel evenly, which glow the dry tinder. By blowing evenly and carefully, the first delicate glow soon turns into a small flame that can light the fire.
Dried birch sponge fungus is particularly suitable as tinder for the Viking fire steel, which is also frayed a little, along with bulrush and fine birch paper. Flint, which can be found for example on the German Baltic coast, serves as a flint.
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Hand-forged Viking fire steel.

Here you can buy a Viking fire steel that was made according to a find from Denmark, which is now in the National Museum in Copenhagen.

The boat-shaped form of this fire steel is very characteristic of Viking fire steels. However, they were also used in this way by Germanic tribes, Slavs and even in the later Middle Ages.

The Viking fire steel is forged by hand from carbon iron. The fire steel is of very good quality and produces sparks particularly easily, which, in combination with the appropriate tinder material, make it easy to start a fire.

We also carry the flint needed to make a fire in our online shop.

In the time of the Vikings, the fire steel was an absolutely indispensable utensil on the home cooker and it was simply impossible to imagine the kitchen of the Middle Ages without it.

The simple beauty of this Viking fire steel, its forge-finished, matt grey surface and the elegantly rolled ends make even such a simple utensil as a fire steel a small piece of jewellery.

The dimensions of the Viking fire steel are 8 x 2.5 cm.



With dry tinder, flint and a little practice, sparks can be created by striking the fire steel evenly, which glow the dry tinder. By blowing evenly and carefully, the first delicate glow soon turns into a small flame that can light the fire.
Dried birch sponge fungus is particularly suitable as tinder for the Viking fire steel, which is also frayed a little, along with bulrush and fine birch paper. Flint, which can be found for example on the German Baltic coast, serves as a flint.
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