Battle Ready Functional and Decorative Daggers
In many cases daggers were always considered secondary weapons to the sword, pole weapons and axes. Reliks carries a wide array of daggers including the dirk, kukri, sgian dubh, bowie knife, pugio and main gauche in both functional battle ready daggers and decorative daggers.
By: Windlass Steelcrafts
Back by popular demand is this Viking seax, whose long blade is decorated with letters of the runic alphabet. The Vikings believed that runes possessed magical power and often inscribed them into blades to increase power. Copied from one on display at the British Museum. Leather-....
The Claymore was used in the constant clan warfare and border fights with the English from 1500 to 1650.
The Knights Templar were a monastic military order formed at the end of the First Crusade with the mandate of protecting Christian pilgrims ...
The sgian dubh is a small, singled-edged knife worn as part of traditional Scottish Highland dress along with the kilt.
This decorative dagger was inspired by the great tales of King Arthur and the fabled sword called Excalibur.
The term sgian dubh translates to "Black Dagger" which evolved from the armpit dagger worn by the Scots in the 17th and 18th centuries.
The great wizard Merlin told the people of Britain that their rightful king would draw this magical sword from the stone.
This is a very highly detailed dagger featuring a cast metal handle sculpted into an Egyptian king motif complete with out stretched tang gu...
King Solomon was the second son of Uria's wife , Betsabe , whom his father, King David , had married after orchestrating his death.
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