In the late medieval era, daggers such as the 14th Century Rondel Fighting Knife were a primary weapon for many and a backup weapon for knights and archers. The Rondel dagger was classic dagger with a stiff blade, designed for parrying and thrusting in equal measure. The Rondel gets its name from its circular design, which incorporates a circular guard and a matching circular pommel. This dagger also features a 12.5" stiff steel blade and blunted edges, making it perfect for training or practice. The wooden hilt features round studs allowing it to be held firmly into the hand. Included with the dagger is a brown sheath. The classic form of this Thin Medieval Rondel Dagger makes it a perfect side-arm for any of the era, as well as a great collectible and a fine training weapon for any squire or knight-in-the-making to own and wield on their practice field.