Ancient Luxurious Royal Silver Handmade Dagger – Camel Bone Handle with silver Koftgiri Work – Damascus Blade – Sheep Faced Daggers

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This historical dagger recollects the mark of shikar hunting dagger which shows the beautiful craftsmanship of Mughal artwork and you will have a true treasure in the palm of your hands

This knife figurine is hand carved with impeccable detailing in bizarre work with silver wire which portraits the koftgari calligraphy artwork with excellent finish and will complement your refined taste for antique items

This intricately designed Rajput sword comes with a handmade steel blade that is blunt for export reasons but can be sharpened. This classical collectible takes you back to the ancient royal times

Infuse a unique and luxurious edge to your home interiors with ancient dagger knife as a rare display showpiece and it is a great property for LARP (live-action role-playing), kids, cosplay, Halloween, fancy dress, theatrical props, and historical reenactments

Place this adorable crafted khanjar dagger figurine in your house which gives a perplexing look, adding elegance to your home and as a gift for avid hunter & antique lovers

A beautiful artwork on it with excellent condition and the steel blade edges has been blunt. This is an handcrafted original Koftgiri Work,

Daggers Available in 6, 9, 12 & 14 INCHES.

Handcrafted Locally in India . It takes 12-14 Days for a Single Skilled Person To Manufacture The Same .

Specialized with the camel bone Hand Carving Handle which makes it exclusive from the other Daggers .
Damascus Blade with silver work

Some information about Damascus steel : was the forged steel comprising the blades of swords smithed in the Near East from ingots of wootz steel imported from India and Sri Lanka. These swords are characterized by distinctive patterns of banding and mottling reminiscent of flowing water. Such blades were reputed to be tough, resistant to shattering, and capable of being honed to a sharp, resilient edge.

The steel is named after Damascus, the capital city of Syria and one of the largest cities in the ancient Levant. It may either refer to swords made or sold in Damascus directly, or it may just refer to the aspect of the typical patterns, by comparison with Damask fabrics (which are themselves named after Damascus).

Damascus History :
Damascus blades were first manufactured in the Near East from ingots of wootz steel that were imported from India, as well as Sri Lanka.

The Arabs introduced the wootz steel to Damascus, where a weapons industry thrived. From the 3rd century to the 17th century, steel ingots were being shipped to the Middle East from India.

Loss of the technique
Production of these patterned swords gradually declined, ceasing by around 1750, and the process was lost to metalsmiths. Several modern theories have ventured to explain this decline, including the breakdown of trade routes to supply the needed metals, the lack of trace impurities in the metals, the possible loss of knowledge on the crafting techniques through secrecy and lack of transmission, suppression of the industry in India by the British Raj, or a combination of all the above.

The original wootz was imported from India to Damascus, where Middle Eastern bladesmiths forged them into swords. Due to the distance of trade for this steel, a sufficiently lengthy disruption of the trade routes could have ended the production of Damascus steel and eventually led to the loss of the technique in India. As well, the need for key trace impurities of tungsten or vanadium within the materials needed for production of the steel may be absent if this material was acquired from different production regions or smelted from ores lacking these key trace elements. The technique for controlled thermal cycling after the initial forging at a specific temperature could also have been lost, thereby preventing the final damask pattern in the steel from occurring.

The discovery of carbon nanotubes in the Damascus steel’s composition supports this hypothesis, since the precipitation of carbon nanotubes probably resulted from a specific process that may be difficult to replicate should the production technique or raw materials used be significantly altered.

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