12thC-14thC Century Whittle Tang Dagger (red)

Whittle daggers are as simple as a fighting and working knife can be and suitable for peasants over a long period of time.  Based on the work of Logan Thompson.

Oiled box wood grip with a through tang turned and stapled into the pommel, single edged blade, short enough for work and long enough for defence.  Double layer naturally tanned sheath with a little incised and stamped decoration and finished with a latten (brass) crimped chape. 

Blade 18cm/7"

Grip 8cm/3.25"

Overall length 28cm/11"

Collections: Medieval Museum Quality Weapons

Category: bollock, dagger

Type: Dagger

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