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Han jian Swords Real Damascus Steel Sword Brass Fittings Battle Ready

Han jian Swords Real Damascus Steel Sword Brass Fittings Battle Ready

Regular price $256.00 USD
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Blade material:Damascus steel in China/Folding pattern steel blade
Sword Type:Hand Made Sword,Heat Tempered,Full Tang
Overall length:108cm/42.51inch
Blade length:77cm/30.31inch
Handle length:25cm/9.84inch
blade width:3.7cm/1.45inch
Handle material:Rosewood
Scabbard material:Rosewood
Knife fitted:Brass
Conditional:Brand new
Gift:black sword bag.Does not contain wooden frame display

The story behind the
The jian (swords) is a double-edged straight sword used during the last 2,500 years in China. The first Chinese sources that mention the jian date to the 7th century BCE during the Spring and Autumn period; one of the earliest specimens being the Sword of Goujian. Historical one-handed versions have blades varying from 45 to 80 centimeters (18 to 31 inches) in length. The weight of an average sword of 70-centimetre (28-inch) blade-length would be in a range of approximately 700 to 900 grams (1.5 to 2 pounds). There are also larger two-handed versions used for training by many styles of Chinese martial arts.
Professional jian practitioners are referred to as jianke ( "sword guests" or "swordsmen"; a term dating from the Han dynasty).
In Chinese folklore, it is known as "The Gentleman of Weapons" and is considered one of the four major weapons, along with the Gun (staff), Qiang (spear), and the Dao (sabre).

Han Jian is a type of Chinese sword that was commonly used during the Han dynasty (202 BC – 220 AD). It is characterized by a long, slender blade with a sharp point and a curved edge. The hilt of the sword is typically decorated with intricate designs and may have a guard to protect the hand.
Han Jian swords were traditionally made from high-quality steel and were used for both practical and ceremonial purposes. They were prized for their ability to cut through armor and were used in battle, as well as for training and dueling. In addition to their practical use, Han Jian swords were also considered a symbol of wealth and status, and were often given as gifts or presented to important officials.
Today, Han Jian swords are still popular among collectors and martial artists, and are often used in demonstration and sparring. It's important to use caution and proper training when handling a Han Jian sword, as they are sharp and can cause serious injury if used improperly.

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