Mercenaries, rogues, and warriors all could use a blade at their side. Make sure that you check out the 14th Century Rondel Dagger. Based on historical rondel daggers, this carbon steel dagger has a thin, single-edged blade. It has a thin fuller that runs most of the length of the blade. There are three short fullers at the base of the blade. Next, the dagger has a round handguard. The brass handle continues with a thin grip. The grip has a square cross-section. Multiple grooves adorn the handle. The handle ends with a flat, circular pommel. Finally, this dagger comes with a leather sheath that allows it to hang onto a belt, not included. Take the 14th Century Rondel Dagger with you to a historical reenactment or add it to any medieval armoury.
This item is handmade, therefore, it may vary slightly from what is shown above.
Please note that the style and color of sheath will vary.
- Fully functional
- Features a historical design
- Has multiple fullers on the blade
- Detailed handle
- Comes with a sheath
- Great for historical reenactments
- Made from carbon steel
- Handle is brass
- Sheath is leather
- Overall Length: 17.3 Inches
- Blade Length: 12 Inches
Measurements are approximate.
Evan Hammerlund (verified owner) –
This is a nice dagger for the price.
Please note that the tip has a weirdly shaped “reinforcement” hook on it.
The only similar style I can find is from old photos from Todd Cutler’s work. No extant examples of this design are showing up in searches of armories and museum listings.
That being said, this is a good dagger for reenacting, collecting and costuming, if you can ignore it’s odd tip.