Svord Mini Peasant Knife
Inside everyone is a little hobbit waiting to break free: simple and practical, but with a little ramble to them. This is the knife it would use. Svord knives are made in New Zealand, where peasants and hobbits roam. These simple knives were based on those carried by peasants in Bavaria and Bohemia around the 16th century. They're a little whimsical, but businesslike too: the distinctive tang lets you flip open easily, the handle is comfortable, and they're sharp as the dickens. Great for whittling wands, cutting cheese, and reminding your flock of sheep who's boss.