17th Century Swept Hilt Dagger
Item #: AC-07-377
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Daggers are a weapon that often goes underestimated, both as a deadly instrument and as a showpiece. Some, though, like this 17th Century Swept Hilt Dagger, have a look and a feel that rivals their larger cousins, making them great as side-arms. As far as the blade is concerned, this dagger is fairly traditional in shape, possessing a double-edged blade that looks like it was made for short, stabbing attacks. The blade is crafted from carbon steel and is not fully battle worthy and cannot be sharpened. This makes the ma fantastic belt-hanger and display piece, one that's perfectly safe to carry around when you're visiting a local fair or festival. The hilt of the dagger, though, is where it truly shows off its stuff, possessing a polished brass guard that features a swept design, which came about near the end of the Middle Ages. The dagger's hilt is wrapped to provide a secure, comfortable grip, while also featuring a small pommel to help balance the dagger's weight. The blade of this dagger measures approximately 20 inches long. Included with the dagger is a black scabbard with brass furniture on the throat and chape, which acts as a nice complement to the dagger's brass guard. Kept at your side, this 17th Century Swept Hilt Dagger is a blade fit for a king, or at least royalty, thanks to its polished look, and when you're not wearing it and letting others admire its glimmer, it makes for a perfect showpiece to display on a shelf in your home.
Key Features Blade is Crafted from Carbon Steel Blade Cannot Be Sharpened, Making it Safe to Carry Features a Decorative Swept Hilt Design Hilt Possesses a Swept Guard with a Polished Brass Finish Includes a Scabbard with a Polished Brass Chape and Throat A Perfect Little Collectible, Costume Weapon, or Gift Idea
Measurements Blade Length: 20 inches Weight: 2 lbs