Product images of Equipment model; Anchor model; Killick
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Equipment model; Anchor model; Killick
Scale: Unknown. A model of a half killick from Norway consisting of a wooden stock with a grown crook arm projecting at forty-five degrees to the shank. There is a large flat oval shaped stone which has been tied to the shank around the middle and rests on the fork of the crook with a notch in the stone to keep it in position. The stone has a grey mottled colour. This model is based upon the anchor recovered from the Gokstad shipwreck in 1882. In Norwegian it is known as the krabbe or the krakje.
Original size: 55 mm x 20 mm x 20 mm
- Image reference: L3650
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London