By: Windlass Steelcrafts
Light, easy to carry and often worn like jewelry by both men and women. Stilettos were used throughout the European Renaissance, and were common at the feast table. It has been said that the stiletto was the favorite tool of assassins due to its size and weight and the ease with which it could be thrust through the layers of the heavy fabrics of the era. The triangular shaped blade is deeply fullered on all three sides and comes to a very keen point. The grip and pommel are turned in steel as is the typical short guard. Black leather scabbard with steel parts included. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
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5/5 average from 12 reviews
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"awesome weapon, can etch tons of areas thank you!" - Eric (5/5)
"The stiletto is fine, but could be delivered with a sharper point, than that one I received. The scabbard is fine, but the fitting between scabbard and stiletto could be better. Right now it's to loose and I have to do some work to tightening it." - Bengt Martin (3/5)
"very pleased with the item fitment to sheatlh is excellent. ALL GOOD" - Foster (5/5)
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