This medieval rondel dagger is based on a river find from the Thames and is now held in a private collection – mid 14thC. This comes from the early days of the rondel when the front disc had arrived, but a pommel still formed the end of the grip rather than another disc rondel as came later.
Single edged hollow ground 25cm blade with a box grip, comes with a leather sheath and bronze chape.
Grip length –10cm
Blade length – 25cm
Overall length – 42cm
Blade thickness at hilt – 8mm
Handle components – Bronze
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