Master Cutlery FM-533 Dragon Skull Fixed Blade Knife
The Dragon Skull Dagger has all the gothic flare and style that one would never expect to find in a dagger; it almost looks more like a sacrificial dagger then a weapon, which would make for an interesting conversation piece, to be sure. The pommel of this dagger is a circular medallion, on which is set the relief of a single skull'a motif that is repeated throughout this dagger's design. The grip of the hilt is black, with a spiral-groove cut into it to provide some form of additional traction when holding the dagger in-hand. The guard repeats the central design of the pommel, a circular medallion featuring a skull-relief, in addition to two gothic dragon-heads extending from either side. These draconic busts have a gothic design to them, and look like they would be equally at-home guarding the outside of a cathedral. The blade has a unique symbol etched in black just beneath the guard, while the edge of the blade itself possesses the unique appearance of a blade with wide gaps set between lengths of sharpened edge. Perhaps the most unique and appealing feature of the Dragon Skull Dagger, though, is the split-blade feature, giving it two pointswhich also only adds to the look of a sacrificial dagger, more than a combat piece. Nevertheless, it would make an interesting addition to any collection.