A decorative dagger made of Damascus (an iron alloy) with a silver wire inlay work case. Indian Rajasthani Koftgiri work (silver wire inlay work) on the sheath is a rare art practiced by very few craftsmen. The hilt of the dagger is uniquely designed as a mace or hammer-like war weapon. The blade is not sharp & the dagger measures 9 inches approximately. Handmade artefacts can be expected have some blemishes and design, pattern, color, or finish variance as each piece is worked upon individually by craftsmen - these are not factory-produced standardized products and each piece's individuality is a part of the charm of handmade goods
Decorative dagger / knife (also referred to as kirpan, katar or khanjar)
Dimensions: Approximately 9 inches long including sheath | Blade length: 5 inches approximately
Damascus blade, mace design hilt & silver inlay scabbard
Unique collectible - often used as accessory for ceremonial use
Blunt blade - can't be used as cutting tool or weapon. Meant for ceremonial or decorative purpose only.