Dog-head scramasax

length: 6 1/2"
blade: 2 3/4"
blade width: 15/16"
grip: 3 7/8"
weight: 2.6 oz

The dog was an almost totemic animal; a symbol of loyalty in a feudal society. The blade of this small scramasax is made from tool steel (old brush hook), and the grip is white-tail deer antler. Typical barbarian style carving with bug eyes and outlined lips and naturalistic teeth in southern/eastern Norse style. Sheathe is poplar wood covered in leather. Blade is extremely sharp. Another custom creation from Montana weaponsmith Tom Hyle (whom we no longer refer to as Colorado weaponsmith Tom Hyle due to obvious relocationary reasons).