A late 15thC simple bollock dagger made as I was making the bollock daggers for Outlaw King.
Typically late 15thC due to the very flared trumpet like grip. The pommel features a fabricated bdecorative bronze cap and the whole assembly is peened together with a decorative washer.
Double layer veg tan sheath features stamped and incised decoration and a bronze chape. Grip is box wood.
Blade length 26cm/10.5"
Grip length 9cm/3.5"
Overall length 38cm/15"
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