Functional medieval sword-hilted dagger. Steel wheel pommel and down curving guard. The grip is wood covered in leather and the wide blade is made of tempered high carbon steel. Includes wooden scabbard with metallic fittings.
The term Bollock Dagger designates a dagger with a straight, double-edged blade tapering from haft to point. The wooden hilt has a guard with spherical or rather egg-shaped bulges on each side.The term Bollock Dagger designates a dagger with a straight, double-edged blade tapering from haft to point. The wooden hilt has a guard with spherical or rather...
Popular in the Confederacy during the American Civil War for its multiple uses. It has a steel guard and a highly resistant carbon steel blade. Easy to carry due to its low weight. The grip is made of slightly darkened wood. Includes leather sheath with metal decoration.
Exclusive 16th century Italian stiletto. This triangular stiletto has two female figures in balance decorating the hilt. Made of aged steel to ensure its hardness and decorated with elegant details that highlight its beauty.
The sax was very popular in various shapes and lengths during Germanic early medieval days. Sax really means knife and there were originals found with very short blades. The original of our long-sax was found in England and dated from the 9th century. It has a massive horn hilt, riveted to the tang. There is a fuller forged in the blade. It includes...
Replica of the Elder Knife of Aragorn of the Lord of the Rings. Handle of metal and plastic that imitates the wood It includes sheath covered in synthetic leather and metal. It also includes wooden display to hang on the wall.
Section of historical daggers of great quality. Some of the most famous daggers are those of King Solomon, Crusaders, Masons, Knights Templar, Black Prince...