This English Medieval rondel dagger is based on a piece in a private collection and recovered from the Thames. The dagger is dated approximately 1370 and is an early version of a rondel in that it has the front discs of a rondel dagger but still maintains the pommel form of quillon daggers.
The engraved front discs sandwich a layer of yew heart and the pommel bronze. The blade is strong and stout and single edged with a copper inlaid makers mark.
The sheath is double layer veg tan leather in a rich red and finished with a bronze chape.
Single edged with 25cm blade.
Grip length 10cm/4"
Overall length 36cm/14"
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