14th/15thC Hunting knife. Boxwood handle with dot and circle decoration on the grip. Knives like this are often seen in artwork from around 1400. Particularly notable in the works of Gaston Phoebus, (green sheath)
Double layered, green vegtan decorated sheath with stamping and incising. Based on period sheath finds featuring an eagle perching on a tree.
Blade length: 19.5cm/7.75"
grip length: 9cm/3.5"
overall length: 31cm/12.25"
Based on an excavated dagger example from Dura Europa. This form of scabbard was common to 3rd and 4thC of the Roman Empire and consisted of a bronze front plate...
This Late 15thC magnificent and massive rondel is based on one in the Germanisches National Museum, Nuremberg, Germany. It is a statement in all ways. It is big, flashy,...
Based on many existing examples; this type of all steel German rondel dagger is very typical of the time and very popular with the Landsknechts. Small and handy and perfect...