This exceptional bollock dagger is based on a museum example from Rothenburg. A strong and finely detailed piece with a unique guard and engraved pommel cap and an even more unusual blade - a high status dagger.
The original blade itself has no cutting edges and is purely for stabbing and the cap has cut away panels with a backing of silver and all mounted on an ebony grip.
Blade is 33cm/13" long
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