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Black Gold dao Sword Real,Forged Damascus Blade,Alloy Fittings,Full Tang

Black Gold dao Sword Real,Forged Damascus Blade,Alloy Fittings,Full Tang

Regular price $166.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $166.00 USD
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Item Specification:
Blade Material:Damascus steel in China/Folding pattern steel;
Sword Type:Hand Made Sword,Hand Forged,Heat Tempered,Full Tang;
Package weight:1.7kg(approximately);
Overall Length:43"/110cm;
Blade Length:29"/75cm;
Handle Length:12"/31cm;
Blade width:1.57"/4cm;
Scabbard:Solid wood+black matte paint+carved dragon pattern;
Handle:Solid wood+black rope;
Knife fitted:Zinc alloy;
Condition:Brand new;
Origin:China zhejiang longquan.
Packing:Bag+foam box.No Wood stand.
Note: need sharp blade, please contact the seller before buying.
Note:
1.length may have small error;
2.you can contact us if you need customized blade lettering or other changes;
3.we are the manufacturers, many commodities is now assembled, each shipment might be slightly different.
Please understand, thank you..
This product was produced in City, Zhejiang Province, is the new, modern production.Lingua
Sword maintenance of common sense:
Proper maintenance is important for preserving the quality and functionality of Chinese swords. Some tips for maintaining a Chinese sword include:
Cleaning the blade regularly: Use a soft cloth to wipe away any dirt or debris from the blade, and be sure to dry the blade thoroughly after cleaning.
Oiling the blade: Use a high-quality blade oil to prevent the blade from rusting. Apply the oil evenly over the blade, and be sure to wipe away any excess oil.
Storing the sword properly: When not in use, store the sword in a dry, cool place, away from direct sunlight and moisture. Avoid storing the sword in a humid environment, as this can cause the blade to rust.
Handling the sword with care: Avoid dropping or banging the sword against hard surfaces, as this can damage the blade. When handling the sword, be sure to grip the handle firmly to avoid accidents.
By following these tips, you can help to ensure that your Chinese sword stays in good condition for years to come.
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