This Medieval Baselard has a long and thin blade with a thick and sturdy spine which gives it excellent rigidity, making it ideal for deftly piercing into the weak points of an armored defense or through layers of thick clothing and woolen cloaks. Its hilt of polished and well-fitted antler gives it a rustic character coupled with careful craftsmanship. It is deft and lightweight in the hand and the blade has a solid, sober and unyielding purpose to it. The dagger grip is long enough to accommodate a gauntlet-clad hand and altogether it looks like the sort of weapon a knight who thoroughly enjoys the hunt would keep as his personal sidearm.
Made by Michael Tinker Pearce, the blade is 5160 high carbon steel; it has been sturdily mounted into its hilt with a nut assembly over the pommel. Included is a wooden scabbard which has been carefully bound in tight leather.