4 1/2” total length. Particularly fine form. Forged iron with the characteristically curved back, blade with an elegant upturned point. Slender whittle tang, to secure it to the wood, bone or antler grip, now perished. They are thin section slashing knives capable of cutting a man’s throat to the spine. As with the Vikings after them, it is with these small knives that the Celts were buried. Professionally conserved on Plexiglas easel mount.