13th Century Quillon Dagger
This medieval quillon dagger is based on a 13thC piece from The Royal Armouries at Leeds. This style of dagger was really the first follow on from the old style seax that the owners grandfather would have used and so was the height of fashion for professional military men. Perfect for a knight, warrior monk or man at arms.
The dagger has steel guard and pommel, cord wrapped leather grip and incised, stamped and decorated veg tan leather sheath with fabricated brass chape.
Note: As with most medieval dagger grips, it is small because the hand is intended to spread over the pommel.
Total length 34.8cm, 13.75 inches
Blade length 22.5cm, 8.75 inches
Grip length 8cm, 3.25"
One available to buy and ship now.
This Late 15thC magnificent and massive rondel is based on one in the Germanisches National Museum, Nuremberg, Germany. It is a statement in all ways. It is big, flashy,...
This medieval hunting crossbow is typical of Central and Western European hunting crossbows, with its distinctive shape and use of high levels of decoration, they make striking weapons. This medieval...
Scabbard to suit the Albion Kern sword. Wood cored medieval sword scabbard covered in veg tan leather with embossed leather belts and period appropriate buckles and fittings and uses knotted...