This high status medieval 15thC bollock dagger is based on a museum example from the Rothenberg Collection. A strong and finely detailed piece with a unique guard and pommel. This particular example differs from the original in that it has a 'St George and the dragon' carving on the cap - a high status dagger.
This particular dagger has a strong, hollow ground blade with a reinforced tip housed in a red veg tan leather sheath with bronze chape.
Grip length – 9cm/3.5"
Blade length – 30cm/12"
Overall length – 44cm/17.25"
Blade thickness at hilt – 8mm
Handle components – Bronze/Hawthorn dyed black
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