The House of Medici was a political dynasty and eventual royal house, as well as a banker family of significant influence. But they were also not without their darker side, and this Medici Renaissance Dagger embodies their family legacy quite well. This dagger is quite appealing to the eye, possessed of a rich design direct from the Renaissance era. The straight blade is stiff and resistant after the blades of the era, designed to pierce armor and parry sword-strikes when needed. Unique to the dagger is a limited triple fuller, with two short ones near the hilt and one long one that runs down a majority of the blade. The small guard features ornate quillons, as well as a ring accent. Fine filigree adorns the hilt, and the bulb pommel serves well to balance the daggers weight and finish its overall look. The grip is wrapped in soft black leather, completing the style and making this blade comfortable to handle. The included sheath echoes the rich detail, with silver filigree, steel fittings, and black leather. This Medici Renaissance Dagger is a courtly little blade and a fine showing of how renaissance era weapons would be both functional and appealing, ensuring that any gentleman or lady could add it to their attire and only enhance their prestige and appearance, as well as their personal safety.
- Crafted by Windlass Steelcrafts
- Inspired by the Legacy of the Medici Family
- Features a Carbon Steel Blade with Unique Fuller Designs
- Adorned with Polished Steel Fittings Adorned with Fine Filigree
- Hilt is Wrapped in Soft Black Leather
- Includes a Matching Scabbard
- Blade Length: 11 Inches
- Blade Width: 1 Inch
- Overall Length: 16.5 Inches
- Overall Weight: 1 lb.