Introducing the stunning Gold Wire Katana Sword, crafted by hand from T10 Steel clay tempered with hamon. The blade is expertly designed with Shinogi-Zukuri blade shape and chu-kissaki Kissaki Shape, making it both functional and visually breathtaking.
At 1.4kg, and an overall length of 40.9”/104cm, this sword features a Nagasa (blade length) of 28.0”/ 71cm and a handle length of 10.6”/ 27cm. The handle is made of Genuine Ray Skin and Hard Wooden materials, providing a comfortable and durable grip. The Tsuba Material is crafted from copper, adding a unique touch to the sword. The Hardwood Saya Material is designed with Lacquer, providing protection and longevity for the blade. The koiguchi is made of real horn, adding a touch of elegance to the sword.
Please note that the length may have small errors. If you require customized blade lettering or other changes, contact us, and we will be happy to assist you. As manufacturers, we assemble many commodities, which means that each shipment may vary slightly. We appreciate your understanding and thank you for selecting our product. All samurai swords were designed in Japan and produced in Longquan, the sword capital of China.
To protect and maintain the longevity of your Katana Sword, it is critical to understand its components and their maintenance requirements. A sword generally consists of three components: blade, sheath, and accessories. The blade is primarily made of iron, steel, and copper. To avoid rusting, store it in a dry place and avoid contact with sour or salty substances. Avoid touching the blade with bare hands to prevent sweat from corroding the surface. For medium carbon steel, high carbon steel, pattern-welded steel (Damascus steel), and stainless steel blades, apply oil to the surface for maintenance.
The sheath is typically made of wood and should be kept dry to prevent dampness and rusting. With these maintenance tips, you can ensure that your sword remains in excellent condition and lasts for years to come.