Turkish Sword or kilij is a real medieval sword type. It is one of collectible sword.
Length: 90 CM (35.4”)
Handle : Walnut tree
Material : 4034 stainless steel hammered with its liquid.
Brass material between blade and the handler.
Weight : 1000- 1300 g
The Rockwell Scale of Hardness : 52-58 HRC
Carefully and beautifully designed.
On the surface there are Turk in Gokturk alphabet and the symbol of Kayı tribe
It comes with its gift box to keep your sword safe and stands to exhibit it because it is very sharp.
If you ask for customized swords, contact us. We have personal details options. You can contact us after your purchase. Eyes are more important than ears for believing.
Yatagan Swords For Sale
All swords for sale are original copies and handmade swords. Turkish Sword has high quality stainless steel blade. Those handmade swords are handcrafted to original versions by professional having experience of over a decade.
During the centuries The Great Seljuks and Ottoman Empire had used those handmade swords in the battles. Many of those swords have blood groove on. Turkish Sword Decorative has unique balance that you will feel at first sight. Then You can see the high quality blade. All of our handcrafted swords for sale are 2 year guaranteed and have life time caring service in case they need care.
Yataghan Swords Replica
Yataghan is famous for its swords and it has a long story.In old times handmade Swords were just the weapons before. Today collectors use them to decorate their Office or home. For the people who are interested in history every sword has historical recordings. You can read the stories in our blog posts in time. These handmade swords are unique. They are special and valuable and such an unusual gifts. The real medieval sword mostly has religious content, such as verse or words of the sword’s owner on them. They are all hand made and engraved with traditional techniques that’s why they are strong heavy sharp and durable. The material and the processing makes the yataghan sword unique, sharp and famous all over the world
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