This medieval dagger was created after handling the original in the Royal Armouries collection and is a curious piece.
It is English and around 1400, but otherwise is of an unknown type. The blade has a series of cut out on the false edge, for no apparent reason and the guard and pommel are of bronze, engraved with a spiders web motif. The grip is cord bound leather and the dagger comes complete with a double layer veg tan sheath with some stamped decoration to front and incised decoration to rear.
This medieval rondel dagger is a very accurate copy of one in The Rothenberg Collection in Germany and is a complete tank of a dagger - do not think because...
A stunning and heavily decorated set of medieval late 15thC serving knives in steel, bronze, horn and bone and fitted in to a carved and lidded leather case. The 3...
This medieval or renaissance knife set comprises of the main Bauernwehr knife, two smaller eating or utility knives and a pricker. This type of look and item was very popular...