The damascus dagger embodies the traditions of the era of the founder of the largest continental empire in history – Genghis Khan.
The pommel is made in the form of a soldier’s helmet of the army of the Mongolian Empire. Walnut is the material from which the handle is made. Its base is decorated with fur of a steppe fox. Blade is atmosphere resistance damascus steel.
Scabbard is all-metal. In the center there are an image of the portrait of Genghis Khan (collective image), and the attributes of the soldiers of the Mongolian Army – clan flag with a picture of a gray gyrfalcon (blessed bird of the Mongols). The scabbard are decorated with leather insets, imitating the armor of soldiers – the armor (chain armor) is made of thick leather and connected together by straps, on which metal plates are laid.
On the scabbard is inscribed the inscription Genghis Khan.