Used by merchants to knights alike, rondel daggers were a type of stiff-bladed dagger used in Europe in the late Middle Ages. It was worn at the waist, and might be used as a utility tool, or worn into battle or in a jousting tournament as a side arm.
Approximate specifications are as follows:
Full length (main dagger): 32.5cm
Full length (small dagger): 21cm
Blade length (smaller dagger): 13cm
Blade length (main dagger): 22cm
Steel: EN45 polished steel
This is made from EN45 steel, and is not moisture resistant, therefore it must be kept dry and regularly oiled to keep in top condition.