Cutlery set  Place of origin: Germany (made)  Date: late 15th century (made)  Artist/Maker: Unknown  Materials and Techniques: Steel, with jasper handles and gilded silver mounts Dimensions  [Skewer] Length: 31.1 cm, Width: 3.4 cm, Depth: 1.2 cm, Weight: 0.1 kg  [Fork] Length: 32.9 cm, Width: 3.4 cm, Depth: 1.3 cm, Weight: 0.08 kg  [knife] Length: 31.2 cm, Width: 4.7 cm, Depth: 1.5 cm, Weight: 0.12 kg  [knife] Length: 38 cm, Width: 5.2 cm, Depth: 1.7 cm, Weight: 0.22 kg

Cutlery set

Late Century Cutlery Set made of Steel, with Jasper Handles & Gilded Silver Mounts

Mendel I - Amb. 317.2°  Maltechnik: Lavierte Federzeichnung  Farbauftrag: Schwarze Tinte, blaue, braune und grüne Wasserfarben, Höhung in Deckweiß und Zinnober.  Bildmaße: H 255 x B 196  Datierung: Ab 1425  Folio 95 v mesrer (Messerer)

Folio 95 verso Crafts and trades, Germany Pinned by ZenSocialKarma

Sheath Leather knife sheath, now flattened open and in two pieces.Decorated on both front and back with incised foliate motifs and narrow panels of chevrons. The foliage is enhanced with impressed dots, possibly a scrolling vine. There are traces of red paint on the decorated surfaces. There is a side seam with edge/grain stitch holes. There are four suspension slots towards the opposite side to the seam. The sheath has a rather blunt, rounded end. Production Date: Late Medieval; late…

Sheath Leather knife sheath, now flattened open and in two pieces.Decorated on both front and back with incised foliate motifs and narrow panels of chevrons. The foliage is enhanced with impressed dots, possibly a scrolling vine. There are traces of red paint on the decorated surfaces. There is a side seam with edge/grain stitch holes. There are four suspension slots towards the opposite side to the seam. The sheath has a rather blunt, rounded end. Production Date: Late Medieval; late…

Sheath Leather knife sheath with a side seam with edge/grain stitch holes. The sheath is decorated with impressed linear and heraldic designs. The decoration in two zones, reflecting the handle and blade sections; the handle area is particularly long on this sheath. The front is decorated with half fleur-de-lys framing lozenges containing heraldic motifs.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath with a side seam with edge/grain stitch holes.

Sheath Decorated leather sheath for knife or dagger. Side of back seam with edge/grain stitch holes. Decorated with stamped motifs in the form of a repeating design of small lozenges, each containing a floral design (cinquefoil). The panels are outlined with impressed lines. The decoration is in two parts denoting the handle and blade areas. Four suspension slots at the back.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-mid 14th century

Sheath Decorated leather sheath for knife or dagger. Side of back seam with edge/grain stitch holes. Decorated with stamped motifs in the form of a repeating design of small lozenges, each containing a floral design (cinquefoil). The panels are outlined with impressed lines. The decoration is in two parts denoting the handle and blade areas. Four suspension slots at the back. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-mid 14th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration. The sheath is decorated on the front and back in two zones reflecting the handle and blade areas. The front is decorated with panels of impressed lattice each with a stamped circle within. The back has impressed panels of diagonal lines. There is a side wing or extension with two suspension slots.  Production Date: Early Medieval; late 12th-13th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration. The sheath is decorated on the front and back in two zones reflecting the handle and blade areas. The front is decorated with panels of impressed lattice each with a stamped circle within. The back has impressed panels of diagonal lines. There is a side wing or extension with two suspension slots. Production Date: Early Medieval; late 12th-13th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath with a side wing or extension with two suspension slots. There is impressed decoration on the front and back of the sheath, divided into two zones to reflect the handle and blade areas. The front has a heraldic shield in the handle area and crescents and linear decoration in the blade area. The back has vertical and horizontal linear decoration. There is a split seam at the back with edge/grain stitch holes.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath with a side wing or extension with two suspension slots. There is impressed decoration on the front and back of the sheath, divided into two zones to reflect the handle and blade areas. The front has a heraldic shield in the handle area and crescents and linear decoration in the blade area. The back has vertical and horizontal linear decoration. There is a split seam at the back with edge/grain stitch holes. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath. Impressed decoration with incised stabbing. The decoration is divided into two panels denoting the handle and blade areas. The front blade area is decorated with small animals (lions?) enclosed in circular frames formed by a scrolling tendril. The handle area has a possible bird within a semi-circular frame.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath. Impressed decoration with incised stabbing. The decoration is divided into two panels denoting the handle and blade areas. The front blade area is decorated with small animals (lions?) enclosed in circular frames formed by a scrolling tendril. The handle area has a possible bird within a semi-circular frame. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration. The sheath is decorated on the front and back in two zones reflecting the handle and blade areas. The front is decorated with panels of impressed lattice each with a stamped circle within. The back has impressed panels of diagonal lines. There is a side wing or extension with two suspension slots.  Production Date: Early Medieval; late 12th-13th century

Leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration. The sheath is decorated on the front and back in two zones reflecting the handle and blade areas. The front is decorated with panels of impressed lattice each with a stamped circle within. The back has impressed panels of diagonal lines. There is a side wing or extension with two suspension slots. Production Date: Early Medieval; late 12th-13th century

Leather sheath for a small knife. Production Date: Early Medieval; late 12th-13th century Measurements: L (overall) 148 mm; W 48 mm Materials: leather

Leather sheath for a small knife. Production Date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: L (overall) 148 mm; W 48 mm Materials: leather

Knife Case Date: 15th–16th century Culture: Austrian Medium: Leather (Cuir bouilli) Dimensions: Overall: 20 1/16 x 6 x 3 7/8 in. (50.9 x 15.2 x 9.9 cm)

Knife Case Date: century Culture: Austrian Medium: Leather (Cuir bouilli) Dimensions: Overall: 20 x 6 x 3 in. x x cm) Classification: Leatherwork Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1951 Accession Number: b

Scabbard Decorated knife sheath made from cattle leather. It has a split seam with edge/grain stitches. It is decorated by engraving and stamping and has a design of scrolling leaves against a dotted background. There are two holes towards the top of the sheath so it could be hung from its owner's belt by a thong.  Production Date: Medieval; early - mid 13th century

Scabbard Decorated knife sheath made from cattle leather. It has a split seam with edge/grain stitches. It is decorated by engraving and stamping and has a design of scrolling leaves against a dotted background. There are two holes towards the top of the sheath so it could be hung from its owner's belt by a thong. Production Date: Medieval; early - mid 13th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration. The decoration is divided into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The back has simple panels of impressed diagonal lines. The front has impressed lozenges and foliate motifs with very fine lozenge-shaped fleur-de-lys stamped motifs. There are four suspension slots at the back and one at the front.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath with impressed and stamped decoration. The decoration is divided into two sections reflecting the handle and blade areas. The back has simple panels of impressed diagonal lines. The front has impressed lozenges and foliate motifs with very fine lozenge-shaped fleur-de-lys stamped motifs. There are four suspension slots at the back and one at the front. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Near complete leather knife sheath with some surface damage where the top layer of leather is de-laminating. The surfaces - both front and back - are heavily decorated with impressed and stamped decoration. The handle area is separated from the blade area by a moulded ridge with impressed diagonal lines and dots. Both the front and back are decorated with small ovals containing a stamped motif of a lion rampant. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Near complete leather knife sheath with some surface damage where the top layer of leather is de-laminating. The surfaces - both front and back - are heavily decorated with impressed and stamped decoration. The handle area is separated from the blade area by a moulded ridge with impressed diagonal lines and dots. Both the front and back are decorated with small ovals containing a stamped motif of a lion rampant. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath with impressed, embossed and incised decoration. The surface is quite worn and so it is difficult to make out the detail of the decoration. On the front it is divided into two areas reflecting the handle and blade and appears to be in the form of impressed foliate motifs with some incised detail.  Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Sheath Leather knife sheath with impressed, embossed and incised decoration. The surface is quite worn and so it is difficult to make out the detail of the decoration. On the front it is divided into two areas reflecting the handle and blade and appears to be in the form of impressed foliate motifs with some incised detail. Production Date: Medieval; 13th-14th century

Mendel I - Amb. 317.2°  Maltechnik: Lavierte Federzeichnung  Farbauftrag: Schwarze Tinte, blaue, braune und grüne Wasserfarben, Höhung in Deckweiß und Zinnober.  Bildmaße: H 255 x B 196  Datierung: Ab 1425  Folio 116 r messerer (Messerer)

Mendel I - Amb. 317.2° Maltechnik: Lavierte Federzeichnung Farbauftrag: Schwarze Tinte, blaue, braune und grüne Wasserfarben, Höhung in Deckweiß und Zinnober. Bildmaße: H 255 x B 196 Datierung: Ab 1425 Folio 116 r messerer (Messerer)

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