Viking Knife Bolster "Jelling"

Art.Nr.: 02 Passung Jell
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Bolster for Vikig knives
Bolster for Vikig knives
Viking pattern knife bolster
Viking pattern knife bolster
Bronze bolster from inside
Bronze bolster from inside
Bronze bolster - front side
Bronze bolster - front side
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Bolster for a Viking knife made of bronze.

This high-quality bronze bolster has a recess for the knife blade to close it off to the Viking knife handle.

The mount is ideal for small to normal-sized Viking knives and gives the knife handle a pleasant weight as well as a valuable look.

Due to its oval shape, which is suitable for most Viking knives, the fit connects well with the handle and requires little reworking.

The Viking knife fitting has the following external dimensions: 2.8 x 1.8 x 1.8 cm.

The inner width for the knife handle is 2.5 x 1.5 cm.
The gap for the knife blade measures 1.8 x 0.3 cm.

If necessary, the measurement can be easily enlarged for a larger blade with a fine file.



The motif on this Viking knife fitting is executed in the so-called jelling style and comes from the ball end of a ring brooch of the Viking Age from the Skail Hoard on the Orkneys, which is still the largest Viking hoard in Scotland.

The Skaill Hoard, buried in about 950, was discovered in 1858, near St Peter's Kirk in Sandwick on Orkney's main island, in a rabbit hole. The two finders excavated over 100 pieces (about 7.5 kg), consisting mainly of bracelets, bars, brooches, hack silver and silver coins.

The Jelling style was a Scandinavian art style during the Viking Age from the beginning of the 10th century until about 975 AD, named after a find from the royal tomb at Jelling in Denmark. It appears on wooden, metal and stone utilitarian objects, jewellery and runic crosses from this period.
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Bolster for a Viking knife made of bronze.

This high-quality bronze bolster has a recess for the knife blade to close it off to the Viking knife handle.

The mount is ideal for small to normal-sized Viking knives and gives the knife handle a pleasant weight as well as a valuable look.

Due to its oval shape, which is suitable for most Viking knives, the fit connects well with the handle and requires little reworking.

The Viking knife fitting has the following external dimensions: 2.8 x 1.8 x 1.8 cm.

The inner width for the knife handle is 2.5 x 1.5 cm.
The gap for the knife blade measures 1.8 x 0.3 cm.

If necessary, the measurement can be easily enlarged for a larger blade with a fine file.



The motif on this Viking knife fitting is executed in the so-called jelling style and comes from the ball end of a ring brooch of the Viking Age from the Skail Hoard on the Orkneys, which is still the largest Viking hoard in Scotland.

The Skaill Hoard, buried in about 950, was discovered in 1858, near St Peter's Kirk in Sandwick on Orkney's main island, in a rabbit hole. The two finders excavated over 100 pieces (about 7.5 kg), consisting mainly of bracelets, bars, brooches, hack silver and silver coins.

The Jelling style was a Scandinavian art style during the Viking Age from the beginning of the 10th century until about 975 AD, named after a find from the royal tomb at Jelling in Denmark. It appears on wooden, metal and stone utilitarian objects, jewellery and runic crosses from this period.
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