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.
It has a very stout, single-edged, hollow ground blade. Hollow, hexagonal, fabricated rondels. A slab tang with filework edges, horn grip scales and 3 very large bronze, tubular rivets.
Red vegtan leather formed sheath finished with a bronze chape.
Blade length: 31cm/12"
Grip length: 9.5cm/3.75"
Overall length: 43cm/17"
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