Saxon Parrying Dagger

$93.00

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Parrying daggers gained popularity from the Middle Ages to the early Renaissance and often were used in conjunction with a single-handed sword. The Saxon Parrying Dagger recreates one of these historical weapons. Based on a dagger housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this dagger features a blackened mild steel guard and pommel. The blade is made of tempered, high-carbon steel, and the grip is formed from wood. The blade displays a traditional straight edge with a subtle profile taper. This dagger comes with a period-style leather sheath. You can easily use this dagger as a fantastic re-enactment weapon or display it within your home as a decoration.

Key Features:

  • Replica of a dagger held in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Features a tempered, high-carbon steel blade
  • Has a blackened mild steel guard and pommel
  • Grip is made of wood
  • Includes a leather sheath
  • Great re-enactment dagger or display piece
  • Made by GDFB

Measurements:

  • Overall Length: 18.5 Inches
  • Blade Length: 12.5 Inches
  • Handle Length: 5.5 Inches
  • Weight: 13 Ounces

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