Ave! This sword was a practice piece, I tried to use some new methods when making it. The unusual pairing (short and wide cutter blade on a hilt used on daggers) is a result of my chaotic mindset when making stuff I keep for myself. Originally I wanted to make it a baselard, but I changed my mind. The used materials are simply reused waste, because of this and that it's a personal keeper I didn't invest as much work as I'd otherwise do. The blade and the thicker steel inserts of the hilt are 1050 HC steel, the thinner plate on the "balls" is cold rolled mild, the darker wood is mahagony, the rest is plywood. PoB is 4" from "quillons", weight is cca 500gramms. Cross-section changes from a stiff diamond into a flattened, rounded hexagonal. It's left unsharpened so I can both use it in practice against properly protected opponents and carry it according to the laws. Thickness is 8mm at strong, 3mm at weak. The fuller is not in center (I didn't really care). Opinions are more than welcome.