15thC Museum of London (MOL) rondel dagger. Medieval rondel dagger which is a real workhorse but is very pretty none the less and a lovely piece.
It has a very stout, single-edged, hollow ground blade. Hollow, octagonal, fabricated rondels. A slab tang with filework edges, horn grip scales and 4 very large bronze, tubular rivets.
Single layered formed, black vegtan leather sheath, incised and decorated all round. with a carved mythical beast (kelpie) finished with a bronze chape.
Blade length: 32cm/12.75"
Grip length: 9cm/3.5"
Overall length: 44cm/17"
12th-14thC Dot and Circle Eating knife, antler and horn handle decorated with dot and circle motif. Small medieval eating knife with a very typical blade shape for the period. Blade has...
12th-14thC Eating knife. Boxwood, whittle tang grip, a classic leaf shaped blade, typical of the period. Inlaid with copper decoration. Brown double layered vegtan sheath. Based on original finds with...
13th-14thC Antler and horn eating knife . A small typical whittle tang eating knife. Copper inlay on blade and double layer red veg tan sheath with stamped and incised decoration....