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 Blade SC, Shaft: Deyd reindeer, 
 brass Cases: Ask, brass, raw 
 leather stripe 
Motive: From 
 older middle age, the end of 
 Viking age


  Blade SC, Shaft: Birch vril
  Cases: Embossed raw edge
  leather (own design) medieval
  patterns from the 1300

Silver knife LilyBlade SC, 
hardened carbon steel   
Masur spurce, buffalo  
horn, elk horn
, tin and birch bark.
Cases: Hand Pattern choices 
clothes with motives of French lilly
Knife No. 220 Red deer knife  
carbon steel SC,
Shaft: Curly birch, buffalo horn,
tin., elk horn and birch bark.
Sheath: Hand Pattern weak 
with designs of Red deer.

 New fodral cases as desired


Knife: Hardened carbon steel SC,
birch, buffalo horn,
tin, elk horn and birch bark.
Shaft: Hand Pattern Valk leather
with motifs of
Osprey from the

lakes Hällesjöarna
Accessories: Leather strap with motifs 
of flies, fish and osprey



Surface treatment: Linear oil method and wax
Maintenance: Oxides on the blade 
are removed with chrome powder. 
Wood and horn parts are serviced 
with a little boiled linseed oil. Leather 
is serviced with leather wax.



Some simple rules: The knife is not stainless, which means that after use, the knife should be clean and dried dry before it is put back into the knife case. Let the back of the knife run along the inside. After a time of use, a gray surface on the knife forms an oxide that protects the knife. Black rust and red rust should be avoided, these oxides damage the knife. Use the fine eyebrow to tighten the knife.
Good luck with the knife.