Qi Jia Dao (戚家刀, lit. 'Sabre of House Qi') A rather unique Sabre that combines a Japanese sword blade with a Chinese style one-handed hilt. Starting in Ming Dynasty, to improve the quality of its sabers, these sabers started to be made modeling after Japanese sword. In the collector's circle they are called Qi Jia Dao, as legend has it were first made for the famous general Qi Ji-guang (戚繼光). This style continued into early Qing Dynasty. This Qi Jia Dao sword is made of Damascus folded ste..