Handmade custom dagger "The sign of regality"

Item № 1361


An exquisite art craft that recreates the lily as a symbol of the absolute royal power.

Overall length: 600 mm

Blade: 390 mm

Blade thickness: 6 mm

Blade width: 29 mm

Coating thickness: nickel 26 µm; gold 4,5 µm

Blade Rockwell hardness 56 HRC


Handmade custom dagger produced by traditional methods of metalwork and decoration techniques: forging, etching, polishing, engraving, nickel plating, gold plating, blackening.
Blade of 440 C stainless steel, floral, and solar ornamental engravings on both side. Gilded furrow on each side.
Handle. Made completely of metal elements, it reveals different techniques of processing and decoration. A grip of engraved and gilded rounds. Two decorated rings. A pommel shaped in four-sided figure that reminds a lily. Gem inlay on each side. Cross guard with inward curved quillions. Engraving of gilded solemn wreath and heraldic lily of silver. The emblem, embedded on the guard represents a royal coat of arms of silver lily and two solemn wreaths sideways surrounded of gilded shield shaped round basis.
The scabbard is all-metal forged with artistically adorned locket and chape. On one side of the locket is engraved and gold-coated royal crown, additionally blackened and silver-coated. Attached decorative gilded hanger on the opposite side. A stylized tip with gems inlay chape ending. Carved leaf ornaments and additional gold coating. Engravings on the side parts.
Manufacturing process: 83 days.




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