This is a double-edged, straight Jian sword from the Han Dynasty (202 BCE - 220 CE) that carries a water dragon motif. This motif symbolizes rare species that must endure a winter disaster to evolve into a real dragon. Representing divine imperial power and the intention to rule the world, this beast boasts the longest scale.
Produced traditionally, the sword is hand-forged from Damascus Pattern Steel. This steel is folded multiple times to create visible, attractive blade layers that run from the guard to the tip.
The handle, a typical hand-and-a-half version from the Han Dynasty, is crafted from ebony wood, the same material as the scabbard. Its fittings are copper.
The sword offers free optional engraving, a choice between sharpness levels, and a complimentary sword bag.
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