This 15th Century Bollock Dagger has a level of embellishment typical to what a knight, professional man-at-arms or merchant could afford to purchase from a cutler and is a well-crafted and practical dagger with the additional styling befitting the status of a person in the middling strata of medieval society. The unsharpened blade is forged from EN45 high carbon steel and its diamond cross section gives this long dagger substantial rigidity to ensure it can puncture a target with notable efficiency. The bolster and pommel cap are brass and the grip is well-carved and polished wood. The blade tang is peened over the wide pommel cap and this wide pommel cap serves a two-fold purpose; it not only prevents the dagger from slipping past the palm, but it also serves as a surface which can be palmed and pushed by the second hand when driving the dagger deeply through thick cloth or into the weak points of an armored defense.
The dagger is accompanied with a leather sheath with a dual-layered sheath of dyed vegetable tanned leather complete with a brass cap and an integrated leather cord with which to secure it to a belt. It can be dyed to a selection of colors for an additional fee or you can opt to have it left undyed for no additional fee.
Please Note – the last photo displays some of the colors available for the sheath – only the color chosen is included in your order.