The handle of the souvenir dagger is made of boxwood with overlays in the form of sails and seagulls. The guard and butt of the dagger, plastic in shape, are decorated with semi-open shell shells with pearls. The originality of the scabbard lies in the fact that the dagger blade is visible when assembled. The scabbard is decorated with fine ornaments and overlays, interesting in their plasticity, which seem to flow around the scabbard. Instead of the usual rings for fastening, a perforated overlay was used, which goes well with the rest of the decor of the product. Black, pink and white pearls organically fit into the product, being an integral part of the whole composition. The coating of the inside of the scabbard was also given a mother-of-pearl sheen.
A dagger with such an unusual design, fine finish and consistency of style is worthy of decorating the collection of an author’s weapon expert or serving as a precious gift for a naval officer.