Italian Courtier Stiletto, 16th century
This stiletto is in keeping with this Renaissance trend with its hilt of sculpted figures and all-steel construction. It implies that its owner was a person of taste, learning and status - such as a noble courtier, a councilman of one of the Italian City States or a Lady of fine means. Not simply a decorative sidearm, this stiletto is much deadlier than its slender blade and elegant form imply; the blade causes grievous, triangular puncture wounds that are exceptionally difficult to treat, even by the standards of modern surgeons.More information
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