Rondel Dagger - 14th Century

Brand: Stone Castle

A rondel was a type of dagger used throughout in Europe in the late Middle Ages (from the 14th century onwards), used by a variety of people from merchants to knights. It was worn at the waist and might be used as a utility tool, or worn into battle or a jousting tournament as a side-arm.
There are many manuscripts written on its use and it was clearly an efficient weapon in the right hands.

This is an excellent example of the Rondel Dagger. It has a hardwood twisted grip, solid brass fittings, and a stitched soft leather scabbard.

Total length: 41.5 cm
Blade length: 28 cm
Grip length: 10.5 cm
Weight: 362 g
Blade thickness (base): 0.4 cm
Blade width (base): 2.9 cm
Point of Balance (PoB): 2 cm
Edge: Blunt
Scabbard: Stitched Soft Leather

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