A 14thC hunting knife with a stout single edged blade with a distinctive shape and makers mark. Box wood grip scales with dot and circle decoration, decorated steel spine with steel /15thCrivets, brass bolsters, combined with the blade shape make this typically 14thC.
Knives like this are often seen in artwork from around 1400. Particularly notable in the works of Gaston Phoebus.
Double layered, tan coloured veg- tan decorated sheath with popular ‘cloud’ motif incised and picked out in black. Based on period sheath finds.
Blade length: 19.5cm/7.75"
grip length: 9cm/3.5"
overall length: 31cm/12.25"
French Madonna rondel with reinforced tip Rondel dagger based on a composite of pieces from the Army Museum in Paris and dated around 1500. The grip is made of ribbed...
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