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High Quality Damascus Steel Japanese Sword Katana Clay Tempered Razor Sharp Full Tang Blade Iron Fitting

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Overall Length: 40.6 inch/103 cm Blade Material: 1095 Folded Steel + Clay Tempered
Nagasa Length: 28.7 inch/73 cm Saya Material:  High quality wood
Handle Length: 10.6 inch/27 cm Handle Material: Ray Skin + Hard Woodrn
Kissaki Shape: Chu-KISSAKI Tsuba Material: Iron
Blade Shape: SHINOGUI-ZUKURI Sori(curve): 1.8CM
Blade Width(near  Habaki): 1.26 inch/3.2 cm Package weight: 2.0KG
Blade Width(near Kissaki): 0.91 inch/2.3 cm Condition: Brand new, Includes certificate and cotton sword bag

It is hand-forged, hand-polished and hand-sharpened by our experienced smith. The blade is made of folded steel and has folded 12 times to create the 4096 layers to increase the flexibility and hardness of the blade and a distinct texture is left on the blade as a result of the repeated folding during the process.The Kissaki shape of the blade tip is Chu-kissaki. The blade surface is mirror polished by multiple abrasive stones and sand-paper. Clay was used to thinly cover the edge of blade and thicker layer cover the rest of the blade. This leads to relatively quicker cooling of the blade during quenching, producing a hard edge and softer back. The hamon on the blade was the result of quenching and tempering.The blade is in full-tang which greatly enhances the strength of the whole sword.The blade is strong enough to cut a thick tree and sharp enough to slice paper.
This tsuba (guard) of the sword is made of Iron with two Copper Seppas to put on each side of it (spacer securing it). The Habaki (blade collar) is of brass composition.
This Tsuka is made of hard wood, wrapped with genuine ray skin, and tied with real silk ito in the traditional wrap style. The Fuchi (sleeve) and Kashira (buttcap) on the tsuka are made of alloy with matching Menuki on each side as an ornament, two Mekugi (peg) are nailed to secure the Tang of the sword. (Sword can be disassembled by picking up the two Mekugi (peg).
This saya (sheath) of the sword is hard wooden and lacquered superior paint to highly gloss the surface of it. The Sage-O is tied around the Kurikaka (knob) of the saya, the Koiguchi (scabbard mouth) and Kojiri (scabbard tip) has been hardened.
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