This Irish Gaelic-Norse Dagger has the characteristic ring-pommel unique to Medieval Ireland and it is a fine sidearm companion to the Norse Gaelic Arming Sword or Galllowglass Longsword (AH6990F and AH6997F). The thickly-edged blade with a rounded tip is purpose-built for stage and sport combat and has edges that are at least 2 mm thick. The blade is EN45 high carbon steel with a shallow hollow-ground cross-section – it is fitted into a peened hilt with a crossguard and pommel which are crafted from steel. The well-contoured diamond cross-section grip gives a comfortable handhold and it is made from wood which is overlaid in tightly-stitched leather.
The dagger is paired with a scabbard of wood which is overlaid in tightly-fitted and well-stitched leather.