Product features:

- Size: 55 cm / 21.5 inch
- Material - birch wood and U8 steel 
- Functional item
- 100% handmade work
- Weight - 1.5 kg

The Norse axe, often referred to as "Perun" in this context, is a historically significant weapon and tool used by the Norse people, including the Vikings. The name "Perun" is derived from the Slavic god of thunder and lightning, often associated with power and war, though it is not directly tied to Norse mythology. The following description captures its essence. 

The Norse axe, known as "Perun," embodies the robust and utilitarian craftsmanship typical of Viking weaponry. This axe features a broad, crescent-shaped blade made of high-quality iron or steel. The blade is typically single-edged, with a sharp, durable cutting edge designed for both combat and practical use, such as chopping wood or crafting. The rear side of the blade often tapers to a point or is flat, allowing for versatile applications.

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