This Han Jian sword is the result of a clay tempered (hardened) blade using folded carbon steel, creating beautiful grain pattern (HADA) and genuine hamon. Clay Tempered blade is more resistant and durable which has both strength and flexibility. The handle core is made of hard wood, with black and red silk cord tightly wrapped around the handle in the traditional "X" pattern. It is finished with a replica of an antique high quality brass tsuba (guard), mountings. The scabbard is made of red woo..
This blade is made of folded steel (also know as pattern steel) with clay tempered, the whole process follows traditional sword technique. It's folded to 8192 layers with a nice intensive pattern on the blade. It comes in its original natural ebondy wood scabbard and handle. All parts original, pretty well-made fittings made of brass. It's a truly battle ready sword! In order to avoid getting rusted, it should not be stored in damp place nor contact with sour, salty substances.Chinese Sword "Qin..
This sword design fllowed the sword of "Yongle". Yongle was a hero of the third Ming Dynasty emperor Yongle (1402-1424), who moved the Capital City of China from Nanjing to the present location of Beijing.This sword, equipped with a lion face design. It has fittings adorned with a combination of Chinese and Tibetan-style design motifs. The blade is eight-sided and is highly polished twisted-grained forge folded steel with clay tempered, the folding pattern is clearly visible. The hamon is authen..
The blade of this Chinese Han Jian sword has been hand forged using the ancient method of sword making, full hand forged, hand polished and hand sharpened. This blade is made of folded steel and has folded 13 times to create the 8192 layers, and it is clay tempered with water quenching. The wood core handle is wrapped with brown cord from the guard down. Sheath is made by hualee wood, in the middle of the wrap you can see a detailed, cast brass ornament. The fittings on this sword are made of hi..
Jian swords are among the earliest sword types in China and are closely associated with Chinese mythology. In Chinese folklore, it is known as "The Gentleman of Weapons" and is considered one of the four major weapons, along with the Staff, Spear, and the Sabre. The blade of the Jian has been constructed from 1060 Folded steel. It has been folded 13 times, creating 8192 grain layers. The blade of this sword is completely finished with hand polishing and hand sharpened. It is finished with a repl..
The jian has a longer history than the dao and because this has a strong connection with the heroic ethos of classical antiquity. In China, it was considered to be one of the essential accoutrements of a gentleman, and peony is the flower of riches and honour, it's the king of the flowers. This straight, double-edged sword (jian) is made of damascus folded steel with clay tempered. The scabbard and handle are made of imported ebony, beautifully decorated with traditional Chinese peony design. Th..
According to Chinese mythology, the Dragon Gate is located at the top of a waterfall cascading from a legendary mountain. Many carps swim upstream against the river’s strong current, but few are capable or brave enough for the final leap over the waterfall. If a carp successfully makes the jump, it is transformed into a powerful dragon. It is an old and enduring Chinese cultural symbol for courage, perseverance, and accomplishment.The Chinese Jian sword is straight blade became highly popular an..
This historical sword has a double-edged straight blade measuring 77 centimeters. The handle of this Chinese Jian measures 20 centimeters, making it in total 103 cm of powerful steel with blade width of 3.5 centimeters. This Jian sword is made of Damascus folded steel blade with Hazuya polishing clay tempered. The blade features 8,192 layers of steel, giving it beautiful visible hada. There is a visible temper line on the blade, called the hamon because of the clay-tempering process. This proces..
This is the Forge Folded Handmade Han Wu Chinese Jian. The blade of the Jian has been constructed from handmade folded steel with clay tempered, through hardened, and highly hand polished. It was folded 13 times and clay tempered with wavy forge folding pattern, real hamon. The blade comes full tang and sharp. The scabbard is masterfully made with imported Hualee wood. The tip of the scabbard is handcrafted antiqued brass with ornate patterning. The wood core handle is in black cord wrapped from..
The jian (straight, or double edged sword), is a more delicate weapon compared to the Dao or Spear. The jian is the weapon of the scholar or gentleman. Huan Shou Han Jian Sword features with ring pommels, which is the most lethal close-in cold weapon. The ring on the handle is designed to make the handle not easy to remove. Huan Shou Jian sword was born in the Han Dynasty, which is a well-made folded steel Chinese sword, following the traditional forging process. The blade is very sharp and fold..
This Ming Gong Jian has been constructed from Folded steel which has been folded 13 times, creating 8192 grain layers. It is Full tang with a bamboo peg and a brass peg. The scabbard is masterfully done with the ebony wood contouring to the shape of the sword. It features handmade fittings all made of high quality brass with traditional dragon design on each side. There is brown color hanging cord tied between the first two fitting clips. The handle is natural ebony wood with a brass pommel also..
The jian is a double-edged straight sword used during the last 2,500 years in China. The blade of this Han Jian sword has been constructed from Damascus Folded steel with Clay tempered. It has been folded 13 times, creating 8192 grain layers. The sword is fully capable of being used on traditional targets. The blade is fully sharpened and functional. "Clay tempering”is the process of using clay to insulate the parts of the metal that you want softened so that when the sword is heated and quenche..
This sword design fllowed the sword of "Yongle". Yongle was a hero of the third Ming Dynasty emperor Yongle (1402-1424), who moved the Capital City of China from Nanjing to the present location of Beijing. The blade of the Jian sword has been constructed from Damascus folded carbon steel with no hi, giving the blade clearly visible folding patterns. The hamon is authentic all the way up to the tip by clay tempered. Blade and handle made of one block of steel without welding. It features a brass ..