Daggers By Name43 Products
Medieval Daggers137 Products
Renaissance Daggers25 Products
Roman Daggers14 Products
Scottish Dirk Daggers57 Products
Viking Seax, Daggers & Knives24 Products
Fantasy & Unique Daggers69 Products
The dagger and and its many forms have been used for centuries in almost every culture known to man. They are one of the most basic weapons for utility and personal protection.
Our collection of daggers include medieval daggers, fantasy daggers, Scottish daggers, Renaissance daggers, Roman daggers, and Viking daggers. We curate a growing selection of these handsome weapons here at Medieval Collectibles.
Our daggers, knives, and dirks range in origin, hailing from near and far. Some are inspired by Eastern culture, while others are drawn from the blades used in Europe and the United States.
We carry sharp functional and decorative daggers and knives, historical replicas, and collector’s pieces. Most of them are forged in stainless steel.
Our medieval daggers come from top manufacturers from around the world that include Marto, Windlass, Cold Steel, Darksword Armoury, Armaduras, and CAS Iberia, just to name a few.
Our steel decorative replicas and fantasy blades offer a piece of history and make outstanding decorations and gifts. You will find something that suits your taste and your price range with all the medieval and renaissance knives and daggers we have to offer.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Care for My Blades?
Blades of any kind require varying levels of care depending on what materials they are made with and their use.
Stainless steel blades can be cared for by wiping them clean with a rag or washing them with warm water and mild dish soap after every use. Wipe them dry if they get wet. You can also lightly oil the blade and wipe off the excess with a paper towel.
For swords, you can find more information on caring for them here.
If you want to have sharp blades, you will need to hone them regularly. Follow the correct honing technique, as it is the foundation of keeping your knife’s edges in shape. For nicks and other imperfections on a blade’s edge, sharpening will help take care of that, too. To prevent blades from getting dull too soon, make sure you know the proper cutting technique. It also helps to wash the blades and handles by hand instead of using the dishwasher.
How Do I Properly Store My Knives?
Unless they're for hanging on walls as decor, storing blades properly is essential to making them last longer.
A good knife will give you a bang for its buck as long as you take measures to care for it with maintenance and proper storage. After all, where's the sense in investing in a good blade only to haphazardly store it in a drawer with other knives, gadgets, and cutlery?
Some blades come with a sheath, and contrary to popular belief, it is not meant for storage. Sheaths can trap moisture and will corrode the blade over time. There are several blade storage options to choose from. You can use a wall-mounted magnetic strip if you want to display the blade. If you want to store it inside a drawer for safety purposes, you can use a drawer insert instead.
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