The moving force to win and to conquer and the wish to rule half of the world, reproduced in a dagger of Ancient Persian Empire style. The scabbard is all-metal forged, made of brass, with fine decorated locket. Pictures of Persian horsemen on both sides. The scabbard rich adorned with oriental ornaments on the both sides.
Honorable decorative knife, traditionally used as additional weapon for stabbing in a duel. Famous with its sharp needle-point blade, it is considered to be very effective one. Hidden weapon you can rely on. Blade of stainless steel 440C. Handle made of bone, with gilded and ornamental decorated cross guard and pommel. Built-in smoky quartz on the top and inlaid gems. All-metal forged scabbard with decorative engravings. Gilded tip and locket.
The process of edged weapon making is a kind of magical rite and it starts with breathing life to its “heart” – the blade. In the beginning it is just a piece of iron or iron ingots that should be forged in elegant form. The foundry is the place where the mass of iron is poured out of a furnace as a liquid, the internal structure of the iron is like small spheres of iron piled together like a bunch of somewhat sticky marbles.
Damascus steel is a type of steel for manufacturing of edged weapons, traditionally used in the Near East. The blades made of Damascus steel are characterized by distinctive patterns of banding and mottling reminiscent of flowing water. They are reputed to be tough, resistant to shattering and capable of being honed to a sharp, resilient edge.