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While a knight may prefer their trusty sword, you simply can’t deny the utility of also keeping a dagger close at hand. This is the dagger that matches our landmark “Kingmaker Collection”. Embellished with the same attention to detail as the rest of the set, this is a truly luxurious dagger fit for a knight with fine taste. We’ve based this dagger on XIV-XV century rondel dagger designs, keeping it historically based as well as adding our own signature Armstreet twist.
The blade is hand-forged by our smiths from our rust-resistant stainless steel, coming with the characteristic strength and durability associated with the material. You’ll notice a lightness in your hand when picking it up – that is because the blade is hollow, as although this dagger is delightfully robust and can take some abuse, it is still intended to be decorative. The blade is decorated with a flourish of etching starting at the hilt and extending 1/3 of the way up blade in a pattern that resembles vines and leaves.
The handle is in an excellent oval shape and it feels perfect in your hand. Wrapped in leather thonging, it’s both comfortable and easy to grip, as well as aesthetically pleasing. Please note that this list is only for the dagger – if you’re looking for a scabbard as well, don’t forget to check out our Kingmaker Dagger Sheath and carry your weapon in style.
Important note: this item is intended to be used as a decorative piece only. This dagger is not a weapon, it can't be sharpened and must be used only in places where it is safe: away from children and any other people and objects that may be accidentally harmed. Please use it responsibly and take into account that by buying this piece you confirm that you agree to take full responsibility for your safety and safety of other people that may be potentially harmed.
Please contact us if you have any additional questions.
This item is part of the “The Kingmaker” collection
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