Renaissance Main Gauche Parrying Dagger


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If a swordsman had two hands, why not use both in battle? The Renaissance Main Gauche Parrying Dagger is a decorative blade inspired by the early 15th century blade wielded in the nondominant hand alongside a rapier in a duel. Made of 440 stainless steel, this decorative dagger has a sword-like blade and extravagantly curved arm guards. A ring at the guard would help protect the wielder from thrusting attacks, allowing them to more easily take control of their enemys rapier. Wire wrapped for a textured grip, the handle ends at a round, paneled pommel. Stainless steel tassels and fittings detail the included leather texture sheath, a perfect match for this decorative Renaissance dagger. A must-have for sword collectors or those interested in the historic practice of dueling, the Renaissance Main Gauche Parrying Dagger makes a unique display piece or gift.

Key Features:

  • Based on Renaissance parrying weapon used in duels
  • Stylish and authentic looking display replica
  • Blade, hilt, and sheath detail made of high quality stainless steel ,/li>
  • Guard features dramatic curved arms and protective ring
  • Handle wrapped in wire for a firm, textured grip
  • Includes matching leather texture sheath with tassels


  • Made of 440 stainless steel with leather textured sheath


  • Overall Length: 19 Inches
  • Blade Length: 12 Inches
  • Handle Length: 6 Inches


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