Kidney dagger with leather sheath
The kidney dagger is a late medieval weapon from Europe, which was used in Europe from the 14th to the 17th century.
Typical for daggers of this kind are the two spherical or egg-shaped bulges, which is why they are called "kidney dagger" or "testicle dagger".
Our reconstruction of the late medieval dagger is made of a wooden handle and has an unsharpened blade of carbon steel.
The scabbard is made of sturdy leather and decorated with brass fittings.
Details of the kidney dagger:
- Total length: approx. 39 cm
- Blade length: approx. 25.5 cm
- Material: blade of carbon steel, solid wooden handle, leather sheath, decorative brass fittings
- Weight: approx. 250 g
Scope of delivery: 1x kidney dagger incl. leather sheath