As one of four blacksmiths, the dwarf Dvalin created the collar Brisingamen for the Germanic goddess of love Freya. In Nordic mythology, the special necklace is said to have magic, love but also sorrow and suffering. Thus Freya's tears in heaven always promised rich fruit on earth. However, it was the wrath of the father of the gods, Odin, that often caused the goddess of love to ignite wars in the human world. Dirk Hofmeister of Midgards Messer was inspired by the Nordic art of blacksmithing and created the extremely stable Boker Plus Little Dvalin Tanto.
The fixed knife convinces with its compact size and a bulky Tanto blade made of D2, which is coated with a dark grey titanium coating and a pronounced hollow groove. The jimpings on the back of the blade promises a safe thumb rest for difficult cutting work. Despite the wrath of the gods, the well-shaped and partially serrated G10 handle always lies securely in the hand. Using a standard 3D printer, you can easily print out alternative handle scales in a wide variety of shapes, colours and materials yourself. Includes lanyard hole, belt clip and high-quality Kydex sheath.