Late 14th Century Medieval Quillon Dagger. Double sided diamond shaped blade with straight Quillons and unusually, an octagonal pommel, the form of which was taken from a knife dated 1280. The pommel is engraved with different simple geometric decorations on each side and the leather cord bound grip has a heavy spiral riser running down its length.
Double layer vegtan sheath has incised decorations front and back and is finished with a simple sheetwork bronze chape.
This knife has been featured in an, as yet un-broadcast documentary forensically examining the injuries on an ancient skeleton.
Blade length 22.5cm/8.75"
Grip length 8cm/3.13" (your hand runs onto the pommel)
Overall length 34cm/13.5"
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