The Two-Headed Axe Sheath

This sheath was a special sentimental build. made for a double-headed axe this entire project was created to my customer’s specific criteria.

The Latin inscription on the back:

“Deus Odit Ignavus” translates to: “God Hates a Coward”.

While the runes loosely translate to Journey, Harvest, Growth.

The face of the sheath is carved with a polish eagle and a lion rampant to signify the two sides of my customer’s family tree, Polish and Scottish.

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