Pattern 7a - The Danish Bow   Period - 1450-1500   Length - 29-34 inches


This bow is a fairly close copy of a south German bow that now resides in the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen. There is a similar, more ornate bow in the Tower of London. It is related in style to the #5 bow. Comes with tapered head, veneer top, and quarrel rest. The cross section is approximately oval and the side plates are of leather parchment veneer.


Base Price - The Danish Bow - $405

Standard Features

Steel trigger

Steel stirrup

Cord-bound Lath

Delrin nut

Linseed oil finish

Contrasting wood veneer top

Contrasting or matching leather parchment veneer lockplates

Purchase also includes -

  • Lath string, plus one extra string
  • 4 basic quarrels with white fletching

Standard Choices (Included in Base Price)

Your choice of wood for main body

  • Walnut
  • Cherry
  • Oak

Your choice of wood veneer top

  • Maple
  • Walnut

Your choice of color on lockplates

Available Options

Included Options -

  • Choice of wood for main body
  • Choice of wood veneer top

Tung Oil Finish - $30

Wooden Lockplates - $12

Horn Release - $95

Micrata Overlay - $50

Bow Irons- $95

Basic Sights - $30

Renaissance Sights - $85

Steel Lath - $80