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Leather knife sheath. This sheath is entirely made of leather and is decorated throughout with embossed figures that ressemble birds or dragons. It was found at Thames Street, London in 1988. Date 1301 AD - 1460 AD

Leather knife sheath. This sheath is entirely made of leather and is decorated throughout with embossed figures that ressemble birds or dragons. It was found at Thames Street, London in 1988. Date 1301 AD - 1460 AD

Leather knife sheath with front and back decoration. The decoration is separated into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. There is a side seam which is quite damaged. There is a leather lining with matching side seam and flesh/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath with front and back decoration. The decoration is separated into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. There is a side seam which is quite damaged. There is a leather lining with matching side seam and flesh/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Incomplete leather knife sheath with the handle area moulded to distinguish it from the blade area. There is impressed decoration on the front and back and this is separated into zones also reflecting the handle and blade areas. There is a centre back seam and edge/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Incomplete leather knife sheath with the handle area moulded to distinguish it from the blade area. There is impressed decoration on the front and back and this is separated into zones also reflecting the handle and blade areas. There is a centre back seam and edge/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath with impressed decoration which is divided into two panels reflecting the handle and blade areas. The handle area on the front has a semi-circle containing a bird, whilst the blade area has scolling foliage and zoomorphic motifs. The back is incomplete but part of the blade section survives with semi-circles containing bird-like creatures. There is an incomplete side of centre back seam with edge/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath with impressed decoration which is divided into two panels reflecting the handle and blade areas. The handle area on the front has a semi-circle containing a bird, whilst the blade area has scolling foliage and zoomorphic motifs. The back is incomplete but part of the blade section survives with semi-circles containing bird-like creatures. There is an incomplete side of centre back seam with edge/grain stitch holes. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Viking artifacts, Decorated knife sheavesFindspot at Jorvik / York, England

Viking artifacts, Decorated knife sheavesFindspot at Jorvik / York, England

Case Date: 15th century Culture: French Medium: Cuir bouilli (tooled leather), tooled, green cord Dimensions: 24 3/4 x 2 1/2 x 2 13/16 in. (62.9 x 6.3 x 7.1 cm)

Case Date: 15th century Culture: French Medium: Cuir bouilli (tooled leather), tooled, green cord Dimensions: 24 3/4 x 2 1/2 x 2 13/16 in. (62.9 x 6.3 x 7.1 cm)

Leather knife sheath with a side wing or extension with four large suspension slots probably for a leather thong. The front and back of the sheath have impressed decoration which is divided into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. There is a split seam with edge/grain stitch holes. 13th century | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath with a side wing or extension with four large suspension slots probably for a leather thong. The front and back of the sheath have impressed decoration which is divided into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. There is a split seam with edge/grain stitch holes. 13th century | Museum of London

Knivslida Kv. Färgaren2.jpg

Knivslida Kv. Färgaren2.jpg

Leather knife sheath. The back is decorated with impressed diagonal lines and the front with impressed lozenges and foliate motis framing a vertical row of lozenge stamps depicting an eagle with out spread wings. The moulding on the stamp is very fine with details of the wing and tail feathers and the beak. It has a centre back seam with edge/grain stitch holes and flesh/grain stitch holes along the wide flat base. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath. The back is decorated with impressed diagonal lines and the front with impressed lozenges and foliate motis framing a vertical row of lozenge stamps depicting an eagle with out spread wings. The moulding on the stamp is very fine with details of the wing and tail feathers and the beak. It has a centre back seam with edge/grain stitch holes and flesh/grain stitch holes along the wide flat base. 13th-14th century | Museum of London

Leather knife sheath; the handle section has a wing or extension to one side. The sheath is decorated on the front and back with impressed interlace (mainly on the front) and the decoration is separated into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The seam is centre back and has edge/grain stitch holes. There would originally have been a small triangular insert in this seam, but this is now missing. There are two suspension slots in the wing part of the handle area. 12-13 c…

Leather knife sheath; the handle section has a wing or extension to one side. The sheath is decorated on the front and back with impressed interlace (mainly on the front) and the decoration is separated into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The seam is centre back and has edge/grain stitch holes. There would originally have been a small triangular insert in this seam, but this is now missing. There are two suspension slots in the wing part of the handle area. 12-13 c…

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