Rondel daggers appeared in Europe in the late Middle Ages, earning its name from the round shape of the guard or pommel. The Rondel Dagger depicts a 15th Century weapon developed to pierce the gaps of fully armored knights. This dagger is based on the French original found in the Wallace Collection museum in London. The dagger features a tempered, high-carbon steel blade that is hollow ground. It has a narrow blade with an acute profile taper. The guard and pommel are made of mild steel, while the grip is crafted from wood. A leather sheath comes with this dagger. Whether you are looking for a blade for historical re-enactment purposes or simply want a nice display piece for your home, this dagger makes a great choice!
- Replica of a 14th century dagger housed in the Wallace Collection
- Features a hollow ground, tempered, high-carbon steel blade
- Has a mild steel guard and pommel
- Grip is made of wood
- Includes a leather sheath
- Great re-enactment dagger or display piece
- Made by GDFB