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Kris Lipinski

Big pattern welded seax with serpent

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Hi All!

I'm pleased to offer for sale a big seax with a serpent in the blade. It was fully hand forged of 80CrV2 tool steel, wrought iron and the serpent of 23 layers.

The handle is sculpted from: brass, leather, Hungarian Plum (the root part), leather and the big piece of wood is elm. Plus 3 copper pins. It is rather for a big hand.

Some dimentions:

Ov. len.  365mm / 25,9"

Bl. len. 239mm / 9,75"

Bl. wid. 32mm / 1,30"

Bl. thick 6mm / 0,25"


Asking 180$ and I think it is reasonable price. New price 170$

Shipping: 15$ standard, or 25$ express.

Contact via PM here or email me: krylip (at) gmail.com


I have also some other blades available here:


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Hi all :) Due to some needs I'm dropping the price. 170$ now. I invite to contact me if you like it.

krylip (at) gmail.com

or pm here

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Beautiful pattern! The handle looks comfy too :D

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Hi Kris,

not go deeper with the price !

I am sure, if you change the handle, the knife goes fast.


Nice work


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Thanks guys.

The handle is comfy - not fully historical, but rather interpretation. It is possible to grind it down to more historical shape - if someone wishes I can do it.

And the price is final - I reckon it is reasonable or even a bargain. :)

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