The history of Longquan Sword making can be traced back to the Spring and Autumn Period (4th century BC), which is an important school of ancient Chinese sword making. Longquan Sword is known for its pure iron, exquisite craftsmanship, unique shape and beautiful patterns.
The making process of Longquan Sword is very exquisite, which requires multiple procedures including material selection, forging, quenching, polishing, and inlaying. Among them, the most critical procedures are forging and quenching, which determine the quality and performance of the sword. The making process of Longquan Sword is unique, and after thousands of years of development, it has formed its own unique style and skills.
The design of Longquan Sword is also very exquisite, with common patterns such as "twin dragons playing with pearls", "five phoenixes facing the sun", "Eight Trigrams Shopkeeper", etc. Each sword is a work of art, showcasing the exquisite skills and creativity of ancient swordsmiths.
Today, Longquan Sword has become an important part of Chinese culture and one of the representatives of Chinese swordsmanship culture. Many people regard Longquan Sword as a collection, and many people like to learn swordsmanship and use Longquan Sword for practice and competition.