During the Renaissance Age the dagger was used as part of dress. Renaissance daggers was the only weapon commoners were allowed to carry on them. Renaissance daggers were the last and only line of defense. Sometimes, renaissance daggers were used in eating. Renaissance daggers are the perfect companion to the sword. We have great Renaissance styled daggers from the Venetian Stiletto to the 17th Century Steel Hilted Dagger.
The Black Renaissance Dagger is a great inexpensive dagger that is great for renaissance fairs, reenactments or an addition to your medieval dagger collection. The Black Renaissance Dagger has a black hardwood handle with a brass guard and pommel.
The Renaissance White Bone Dagger is a great inexpensive dagger that is great for renaissance fairs, reenactments or an addition to your medieval dagger collection. The Renaissance White Bone Dagger has a white handle with a brass guard and pommel.
The Renaissance Black Horn Dagger is a great inexpensive dagger that is great for renaissance fairs, reenactments or an addition to your medieval dagger collection. The Renaissance Black Horn Dagger has a black handle with a brass guard and pommel.
It has been said that the stiletto was the favorite tool of assassins due to its size, weight and the ease with which it could be thrust through the layers of the heavy fabrics of the era. A leather scabbard is included.
A forerunner of many long parrying daggers of later years, the poignard's long reach made it very effective. It saw much use in its own day as a backup weapon on the battlefield.
Stilettos came in many sizes, from delicate little hideout weapons to forthright long daggers suitable for use even as a main gauche, but this is certainly one of the more attractive ones we've come across.
The Renaissance Dagger has a Pakkawood handle with a brass guard and pommel. This dagger has a stainless steel blade and comes with a leather sheath. The Renaissance Dagger has an overall length of 12.5 inches and a blade length of 5 inches.
The guard, grip and pommel are all made from solid nickel silver. Along with a black leather scabbard with nickel plated throat and tip, this makes for one of the best looking, yet effective fighting daggers we have ever offered.
The Renaissance Dagger has a Pakkawood handle with a brass guard and pommel. This dagger has a stainless steel blade and comes with a leather sheath. The Renaissance Dagger has an overall length of 12.5 inches and a blade length of 7.75 inches.
The White Renaissance Dagger is a great inexpensive dagger that is great for renaissance fairs, reenactments or an addition to your medieval dagger collection. The Renaissance Dagger has a white hardwood handle with a brass guard and pommel.
The Rondel Dagger was around for a long period of time and took many forms, from utilitarian to pure combat weapon, like this one. The grip is long enough to be grasped with a mail mitten or gauntlets.
The Colichemarde emerged on the sword scene in the late 1600's during the decline of the Rapier and the rise of the small sword. Its long suit was its uniquely shaped blade that was extra wide at the forte then stepped down or narrowed for the rest.
The left hand dagger, or 'Ring Hilt' dagger, was employed in the art of rapier and dagger swordplay. It was often worn at the back tilting to the left for easy access. This dagger matches nicely with our Deschaux rapier.
Every Hand and a Half Dagger reflects the highest standards in workmanship and materials and comes fully sharpened and ready for battle. Scaled down in size and almost identical in appearance, the Hand and a Half Dagger offers a 13 inch long blade.
Just because the stiletto is among the smallest of daggers does not mean that it is among the weakest. In fact, in its area of expertise, a small blade like this Italian Stiletto is essentially without equal, as not much can match its penetrative power.
Designed to compliment our Ribbed Shell Swept Hilt Rapier, our Parrying Dagger offers a long, double edged blade with a stiff, diamond cross section and is fully sharpened, which makes it ideal for delivering a lethal thrust.
This beautiful Daguesse Dagger is crafted by Art Gladius. Gladius Medieval style daggers have 440C stainless steel blades, which are fully tempered, but they are primarily intended for use as collectibles and decorator pieces with eye-catching detailing.
Scaled down in size but almost identical in appearance, The Italian Long Sword is sharply tapered, double edged blade slightly favors attacks with the point over the edge and is stiff and strong enough to parry any sword.
In many ways, this Half Basket Rapier Dagger has more than earned its name. It possesses a rapier-like blade suited for thrusting, as well as a half-basket style guard that echoes the design of popular swords that surfaced during the Renaissance era.
Poignard is a French word that refers, typically, to a long, lightweight thrusting knife that originated in the Middle Ages and was used during the Renaissance in Western Europe, being favored by upper class citizens, nobility, and the knighthood.
One can never be too careful when it comes to a medieval crowd. Even a noble could be a trained swordsman, and that's why always having a defense on-hand is never a bad idea. Even a dagger like the Noble Rapier Dagger could make the all the difference.
Simple doesn't always mean plain. When it comes to this Medieval Swept Hilt Dagger, the word 'simple' means direct and uncomplicated, which means that this dagger is a great little companion blade to have in your collection or at your side.
A main gauche was a dagger that became popular during the Renaissance era, when fencers began to prefer two blades instead of one. Typically, these daggers featured a sturdy blade for both offense and defense, just like this Swept Hilt Medieval Dagger.
The House of Medici was a political dynasty and eventual royal house, as well as a banker family of significant influence. But they were also not without their darker side, and this Medici Renaissance Dagger embodies their family legacy quite well.
Daggers are a weapon that often goes underestimated, both as a deadly instrument and as a showpiece. Some, though, like this 17th Century Swept Hilt Dagger, have a look and a feel that rivals their larger cousins, making them great as side-arms.
Sometimes, a simple dagger is the one that gets the job done in the best way. This Papen Dagger is a straight-forward dagger, possessing an appearance that is distinctive only because of its lack of overt decorations and adornments.
As skilled as a noble might be with a rapier, sometimes, all one could manage to carry is a dagger. And in those situations, it has to be a dagger that's both functional for use and decorative in appearance, just like this Ring Hilted Rapier Dagger.
A defensive dagger has to be a hardy a dagger, and this Diavolo Main Gauche Dagger does not disappoint in its overall look and design. A thick hardy blade with a well-planned guard makes this an off-handed dagger that any duelist would want to wield.