Hilt form: two-piece oval section ribbed wooden grip [eight vertical grooves] with large rounded and bulbous pommel. Grip is secured to tang by two steel rivets. A plain steel ferrule separates grip from small flat elliptical crossguard.
Blade form: slender double-edged tapered blade with prominent medial rib (stiletto-style).
Black leather scabbard, the body of which is gathered and sewn along length of back in central flat seam. Tip of chape is fitted with bulbous metal ferrule and bound with copper wire. Riveted to the mouthpiece is a short belt frog.