Late 14thC style rondel that is in honesty a little bit of fantasy as I don’t know of one with a similar grip in existence, however the pommel and guard are based on a late 14thC English example, and the use of the horn and bone is typically German. None of this matters much as the trade links were so strong, so think of it as an English made piece for the German export market.
Horn and Bone composite grip with bronze fittings and a strong hollow ground single edged blade and veg tan leather sheath with incised decoration with bronze chape.
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15thC Museum of London (MOL) rondel dagger. Typically English and lowlands Medieval rondel dagger with large hollow rivets; pretty but built like a tank none the less and a lovely piece....
This medieval baselard dagger is closely based on X297, an example from The Royal Armouries. This iconic dagger, dated around 1400 is an example of the English and Italian style...
14thC eating knife with copper and brass rivet. Blade length 13cm/5inches Grip length 10cm/4inches With carved and stamped vegtan leather sheath in black. Only one available to buy and ship...