KNIFE “CHINESE EMPIRE”
On the blade is depicted an image of Qin Shi Huang — the founder of the Qin dynasty and the first emperor of a unified China. The handle is made of high-mountainous birch burl. The scabbard is all-metal forged with decorative locket and suspension ring. On the scabbard is depicted a picture of Chinese Emperor in sedan chair, carried by attendants.
KNIFE “THE TIGER”
The hidden power of a mighty animal, that symbolizes strength, agility and menace to the rivals, implemented in a knife. Powerful Damascus steel blade and high-mountainous birch burl grip. All-metal forged scabbard made of brass and gilded with decorative locket and suspension ring.
Collectible knife sets represent a special value for people involved in collecting.
In the manufacture of such sets, valuable rare natural materials are usually used, which in the hands of the master become unique works of art.
Since ancient times, edged weapons have been enveloped in mystery and strength. There is something beautiful in this elegant form and brilliance of steel. To give the blades to a man is to recognize his strength and valor.
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.