The Dudgeon dagger is the classic dagger from the north of England and the Scottish lowlands at the time of the Border Reivers in the late 16thC and early 17thC.
It is a short lived form of dagger that filled the gap between the bollock dagger and the Scottish Dirk. The dagger is compact and very handy, and has a very stiff flat backed blade perfect for those dark night cattle raids. Available semi-sharp (around 0.8mm 1/32" edge) only.
Overall length 36cm/14"
Blade length 25cm/9.75"
Grip length 9cm/3.5"