A truly unique piece, a quillon dagger which is probably English and suitable for a noble or flamboyant soldier in the early 14thC.
The hilt is in cast bronze and the blade is single edged with a distinctive back and comes with a black leather sheath and bronze chape.
Single sided with a 32cm blade
Overall length 44cm/17.25"
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