functiona hand made red damascus han jian

functiona hand made red damascus han jian
functiona hand made red damascus han jian
functiona hand made red damascus han jian
functiona hand made red damascus han jian
functiona hand made red damascus han jian
functiona hand made red damascus han jian
functiona hand made red damascus han jian
functiona hand made red damascus han jian
functiona hand made red damascus han jian

functiona hand made red damascus han jian

Price: $189.00
  • Model: h003rf
  • Shipping Weight: 2kg
  • Manufactured by: CHANSWORD
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Production description

 
SPECS:
fittings: brass
sheath:rose wood
handle: hard wood with one bamboo peg
Overall: 106cm
Blade Length:73.5cm
Handle Length: 24cm
thickness at guard:0.9cm 
thickness at tips:0.5cm
width at guard:3.7cm
width at tips:2.4cm
weight without sheath:1.1kg
Weight:1.5kg
balance point: 15cm from guard

 

The  blade is hand forged with help of powered hammer,hand polished. the tang is also forged ,no welded tail .it's eligible for heavy use .

hand polished blade is Sharp enough for bamboo cutting.

It’s also well quenched and tempered,well balanced between hardness and flexibility. 

the blade is made of damascus which has special grains,it’s forge folded from 1060Mn and t8 , in a Maru way(non-laminated). 

It can be fully disassembled by taking out peg in handle.

 
 
(206BC - 220AD) Han Dynasty 2-handed steel double-edged swords (jian) in their scabbards, excavated and dated 2nd Century BC. At this time, during the 1st half of the Han Dynasty, steel swords were typically made from forged and folded steel (as per the steel swords of the Warring States Period). A new process of heat-treatment, the differential process, was also developed during this time. The technique of forge-welded/laminated construction was invented later, about 200 years after, by the 1st century AD.

The development of these original 2-handed steel swords occurred during mid-to-late Warring States Period (350 - 300 BC), as mentioned earlier. They went on to become a favourite of civilians and members of the Imperial Court during the early part of the Han Dynasty.
 
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