This medieval bollock dagger is based on a museum example. Three ball bollock daggers were mainly found in France and this is a typical example using bronze fittings and a strong piercing triangular blade.
Twisted carved boxwood grip, double layer, black veg tan leather sheath with bronze chape.
Blade length 30cm/11.5"
Overall length 40cm/16"
Grip length 9cm/3.5"
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