The parrying dagger is a category of small handheld weapons from the European late Middle Ages and early Renaissance. These weapons were used as off-hand weapons in conjunction with a single-handed sword such as a rapier. They were designed to parry, or defend, more effectively than a simple dagger form, typically incorporating a wider guard.
This metal dagger is based on a Swiss design from the 16thC. It also includes an ornate metal scabbard
The edge profile on this dagger is not always symmetrical therefore the tip geometry varies.
Cross guard Width: 130mm
Weight: 620 grams
Please Note: Whilst not overly sharp - this blade has an edge. This dagger is not designed for combat.
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