Katana T10 Clay Tempered Steel Blade Japanese Samurai Sword Lingshou Tsuba Handmade Wood Saya
The handmade full-function Katana Sword is 102 cm in length in yellow colour. The Full Tang blade is T10 Clay Tempered Steel, with Hardwood Saya and Alloy Fittings. Our swordsmith carefully polished and sharpened the blade, making it not just a beautiful displaying gift. Swords holder or stand sold separately.
|Overall Length||102 cm|
|Blade (Nagasa) Length||72 cm|
|Handle Length||28 cm|
|Blade Width||3.2 cm|
|Blade Material||T10 Clay Tempered Steel|
|Edge||Single and Curved|
Welcome to KatanaSwordArt; we stock a wide range of handmade products, including collectible Katana and Knife.
Customers in Victoria (Australia) must have a “prohibited weapons permit” or an exemption to purchase a Katana; please refer to our Katana Legal Statement for more information. A transaction fee may apply if the customer requests a refund because of the above issue.
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Clay Tempered Samurai Sword
Clay tempering gives a sword both flexibility and hardness, and clay tempered katana exhibits excellent durability that is inherited from high carbon steel
Damascus Steel Folded Samurai Sword
Folded steel blades, usually referred to as Damascus steel, are made by hammering the steel flat and folding it over repeatedly to create multiple layers of steel