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SD35250, Savior Katana by Dragon King Sword, Free Shipping, MSRP ($879.00), Forged T10 Steel



MSRP: $879.00

Our Price: $703.20
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SD35250, Savior Katana  by Dragon King Sword, Free Shipping, MSRP ($879.00), Forged T10 Steel
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Product Description

The Dragon King Swords, setting a new standard in the sword market, are collectible, functional and highly desirable, made by a master artisan in Dalian China. New in the original packaging.

DESCRIPTION:

Savior Katana is made from T10 high carbon steel and is differentially tempered to possess a hardened edge of 60 HRC and a shock absorbing body of 40 HRC. The tsuba, Fuchi and Kashira fittings are of iron with detailing picked out in silver and brass.

 

The wood Tsuka grip is fitted with inlaid panels of Rayskin and it is bound in knotted cotton Tsuka-Ito cord with menuki wrapped within the grip wrap.The scabbard is crafted from wood with buffalo horn fittings and is finished with a lacquered coat that is midnight blue in hue; the Saya is finished with a knotted Sageo cord. The sword comes with a cloth sword bag.
(Photo colors may not match the actual colors)

 

Special Note:

Savior Katana embodies the power of the Kami (guardian spirit) throughout the entire motif. From the Fuchi-Kashira, menuki, Fuchsia and to the tsuba, our artisans convey this ancient theme beautifully without being gaudy or pretentious. The silver sword menuki compliments the white same (ray skin) and black cotton Tsuka-Ito (handle wrap) and the notched silver Seppa (spacers). The forged T10 steel blade features true clay-tempering that produces a distinctive Hamon (temper line). The traditional polish brings out the real Hamon and a mirror Shinogi-Ji (flat section). The HRC 60 edge and HRC 40 back are ideal for cutting if you wish to put it to the test. The blade rests in a deep blue Saya (scabbard) with a buffalo horn Kurikata (knob) contrasted by the white, yellow and blue Sageo (cord).

 

Specifications

Specifications Free economy shipping within the contiguous US to a terminal near you
Specifications 15 days return, or exchange - see Terms and Conditions
Specifications Crafted by Dragon King Swords
Specifications T10 High Carbon Forge Steel Balde
Specifications Tradition handle construction
Specifications Silver menuki compliments the white same
Specifications Black cotton tsuka-ito
Specifications Beautiful kami motif
Specifications HRC 60 edge/HRC 40 back
Specifications Overall Length: 43 1/4"
Specifications Blade: 30 1/2"
Specifications Weight: 2 lb 12.2 oz
Specifications Edge: Very Sharp
Specifications P.O.B.: 5 1/8"
Specifications Thickness: 7.3 mm - 4.8 mm
Specifications Width: 32.7 mm
Specifications Grip Length: 11"
Specifications 1 Package Includes:
  1 * Assembled Savior Katana with saya
  1 * Cotton Savior Katana bag
  1 * Sword certificate

More Details

The Art of Japanese Style Sword Making

The forging of a Japanese sword is a subtle and careful process, an art that has developed over the centuries as much in response to stylistic and aesthetic considerations as to technical improvements.



Blades were often forged with different profiles, different blade thicknesses, and varying amounts of grind. Wakizashi and Tant were not simply a scaled-down katana; they were often forged without a ridge (hira-zukuri) or other such forms which were found on the katana.


Today, swords are still being made by modern artisans; some pursue the traditional methods while others apply modern tools, techniques, and materials to the craft. A great number of commercially available swords are being made in China with modern tools and materials employing traditional methods. Let's remember that steel-making was imported into Japan from China, via Korea. The steel used in the Chinese swords, called "chi-kang" (combined steel), was similar to pattern welding, and edges of it were often forge-welded to a back of the soft iron, or "jou thieh." In trying to copy the Chinese method, the ancient Japanese smiths paid much attention to the various properties of steel and worked to combine them to produce an internal macro-structure that would provide a similar combination of hardness and toughness.


Dragon King Swords

The Dragon King Swords is designed to be the next generation of cutlery enthusiasts will taste the steel of the fabled golden age of swords, the unique fittings and tough, expertly forged blades - this line of swords is perfect for the sword connoisseur who demands the best money can buy. The Dragon King Swords are designed by master sword designer Frenchie Jin, a Chinese bladesmith in Dalian, to show to the sword world what quality, craftsmanship, and ingenuity can produce under the superlative leadership of a true avant-gardist.


Starting in 2016 soon all will know and there will be no doubt who is king, they will grow quickly over the next few months as shipments begin to arrive. Dragon King team plies their abilities also to the production of higher-end katana with folded steel, several styles of sword canes, a handful of Chinese style swords and even jewelry.


  • Dragon King Katana - The Seasonal Katana Series represents an entry level katana with traditional handle construction and cotton Tsuka-Ito (wrap) and real same (ray skin). Designed for regular cutting, the 5160 high-carbon steel blade is through-hardened for toughness.
  • Dragon King Canes and Sword Canes - Dragon King has taken their exceptional design and precision casting talents to the world of collectible sword canes. These canes feature tough carbon fiber shafts with forged blades (coming soon!) or beautiful Rosewood shafts and forged-folded (Damascus) blades. Many of the sword canes also integrate hidden utility knives, a first in the cane market.
  • Chinese Swords - Dragon King began their sword making endeavors producing extremely high-end swords for the domestic Chinese market. We're talking $65,000 swords with solid-gold fittings. Their dedication to producing some of the highest quality Chinese-style swords available anywhere is immediately evident.

The first sword in the series has been released to coincide with the 400th anniversary of a famous sword-fighting manual. Dragon King's Miao Dao is an absolute beast of a sword while being surprisingly agile.

Warning

Specifications Free economy shipping within the contiguous US to a terminal near you
Specifications 15 days return, or exchange - see Terms and Conditions
Specifications Crafted by Dragon King Swords
Specifications T10 High Carbon Forge Steel Balde
Specifications Tradition handle construction
Specifications Silver menuki compliments the white same
Specifications Black cotton tsuka-ito
Specifications Beautiful kami motif
Specifications HRC 60 edge/HRC 40 back
Specifications Overall Length: 43 1/4"
Specifications Blade: 30 1/2"
Specifications Weight: 2 lb 12.2 oz
Specifications Edge: Very Sharp
Specifications P.O.B.: 5 1/8"
Specifications Thickness: 7.3 mm - 4.8 mm
Specifications Width: 32.7 mm
Specifications Grip Length: 11"
Specifications 1 Package Includes:
  1 * Assembled Savior Katana with saya
  1 * Cotton Savior Katana bag
  1 * Sword certificate

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