EARNAN, Celtic bronze dagger, damascus steelBack to product listing
Reproduction of a Celtic sword or a dagger with anthropoid hilt, discovered in 1902 at North Grimston (Ryedale district, North Yorkshire, UK). The sword was found in the grave of a Celtic warrior, along with a shield, a second sword, and a joint of pork (Hull and East Riding Museum).
Overall length: 41 cm, blade: 30 cm. Damascus steel is made by our smithy - Arma Epona smithy.
Earnan - Irish name for "iron".