Legends In Steel Knights Templar Dagger with Sheath

$38.99   $26.99
  4 ( 9 reviews)

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Part #:17 XL1152
  • Pays homage to legendary Knights Templar
  • Features extensive Knights Templar symbolism
  • Sleek dual-serrated stainless steel blade
  • Elegant, richly decorated cast metal handle
  • Displays brilliantly on mantle, bookshelf, etc.
  • Great for collectors, history buffs, etc.
  • Includes coordinating sheath; 17" overall
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When you wield the Legends In Steel Knights Templar Dagger, it’s not so hard to picture yourself as one of the legendary knights reclaiming the Holy Land. Paying homage to the storied order, the richly decorated cast metal handle is laden with Knights Templar emblems and symbolism, set amongst exquisitely figured patterns in forged relief. The included coordinating sheath is equally well-appointed, and the sleek stainless steel blade glimmers with sharp, dual-serrated edges. A red tassel hangs gracefully from the pommel, and gold-colored braided cord is tied to lanyards at the top and bottom of the sheath. Truly stunning in both design and craftsmanship, the Knights Templar Dagger displays brilliantly on a fireplace mantle, bookshelf, curio case, dresser, or practically anywhere in your home or office. Also great as a historic prop or for cosplay, this beauty is sure to turn heads wherever you show it. Makes a terrific gift for sword/knife collectors, medieval history buffs, Middle Ages reenactors, Knights Templar scholars/hobbyists, cosplay devotees, or anyone who appreciates great art and craftsmanship. It measures 17” in overall length.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Cameron Pittman
Jul 28, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Very good knife

Everything about this dagger is great. Is is very remnescent of the time of the Templar. I recommend this dagger.

Jun 14, 2015
(2 out of 5)
A Knights Templar Dagger Review.

the handle is solid but screws showing that holds it together not good for show/display imo.scabbard/sheath was the worst part of it all those cheap gold chains hanging and tangling up everywhere fake plastic wood pieces and those 2 fake gold multi colored pieces on each side of the scabbard/sheath that don't fit right and rattle if left on.alot of metal over molding issues on the scabbard/sheath and handle to.out of 6 daggers I got all in this 1 order this 1 was the highest priced and felt the cheapest by far imo.this dagger cost me 13 dollars and is worse quality imo then the cheapest dagger I bought for 6 dolars the robin hood dagger.ill give 2 stars bc the handle is solid and the blade is nice imo.well that's it have a good one all.

Nick Fina
Feb 27, 2013
(3 out of 5)

ok so i got my dagger in today and the look of it was amazing but upon close inspection i noticed that some of the painting looked like it was done by a new born im not on for detail so if i can notice that then its poorly done the blade it self came pointy nd fairly sharp but all in all the price u cant beat it and i am a happy customer

lucas poole
Oct 31, 2012
(5 out of 5)

very nice fancy and elegant i wear it as my main dress sword the serrated edge is nice and the blade is sturdy

Teresa Gordon
Nov 16, 2011
(4 out of 5)

The good:

Its Fancy, the blade, the sheath, and the color accents Make this a very fancy dagger. Not forgetting the golden chains on the side.

The blade comes semi-sharp, but still intimidating.

Pretty cheap considering what you would pay at other sites.

The bad:

The colored stripe down each side of the sheath is lazily painted, at best, and on close inspection, was actually painted "out of the lines". There is even paint on spots ther should not be, like splattered on the arrowhead at each side.

The red frill on the end does not last if moved around much, as it will become frayed, and worn out extremely quick.

The result:

In the end, it is a Very fancy dagger, as long as you dont try to find fault in it. and it took me awhile to find the painting problem, so if someone just comes up to look at it, they'll only notice how beautiful it is. And i suggest hanging it up on your wall at a 45~degree angle, as this will make it stand out greatly. I do suggest this knife to anyone looking for a golden-red accented dagger, as this fits, and it not expensive on top of that. If you dont mind little things, this is a good dagger for you.

Drew Deck
Apr 19, 2011
(4 out of 5)

This turned out to be pretty sweet! It's nice and small, ok point on it and sturdy enough. Little tough to pull out of sheath but nothing terrible. Definitely an neat looking display piece.

robert deheer
Feb 15, 2011
(4 out of 5)

Loved it, it looks better than i thought it would. it is kinda hard to pull out of the sheath and where the blade rubed on the way out there was some metal fragments. all and all it was worth the money.

Jake Pileggi
Jul 22, 2010
(4 out of 5)

Great dagger! Nice sharp blade strait out of the box!! The packaging was done poorly but no damage was inflicted on the dagger. The only thing is that they make the lining on the case look gold but its all colored. But overall excellent weapon great quality!

Ryan Peacock
Feb 11, 2009
(5 out of 5)

I recieved this dagger 3 days after placing the order! The packaging was done poorly, but thankfully there was no damage to the dagger.A tiny piece of the sheath was a little loose, but fixable. The blade is quite sharp and can easily pierce through the box it comes in! Overall this is a great addition to anyone's collection and definetly worth it.

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