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John Lee Wakizashi 12 X folded
John Lee
John Lee Golden Flower Wakizashi with folded blade
The prototype of this exceptionally beautiful tsuba was certainly a great master of the 18th Century produced. Since their work in forging the blade to Gegsensatz have not signed, the creators are unfortunately not known by name. The tsuba is decorated elaborately with golden cherry blossom (Sakura), one of the most important symbols of the Japanese Klutur. They stand for beauty, using up and transience.

Hand Forged Samurai Sword Series John Lee

- The hand-forged and tempered blade of the sword is made of carbon steel
- The blade is folded 12 times (about 8000 layers) and has a beautiful Damaststruktur
- The blade has a groove (Bo-Hi) and carried out ground sharply
- The handle (Tsuka) is made of wood, with authentic ray skin (Same) demonstrated
- The handle wrap (Tsuka-Ito) is mounted in black cotton and the traditional way
- In the grip are two menukis inserted
- The Tsuba is pierced and decorated with gold flowers
- The Angel Sword is kept particularly long and attached with 2 bamboo sticks (Mekugi) Handle
- The scabbard (Saya) is made of wood
- The Habaki is made of brass
- Produced by Museum Designs


- Blade length up to 54.5 cm Tsuba
- Total length without scabbard 77 cm
- Handle length 22 cm
- Weight without sheath 800 grams
- Weight with sheath 1000 grams

The sword comes with a certificate and a seal, which vouch for the authenticity.
A printed cloth bag, and a high quality collector's are also part of the sword.
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4050346857123 € 280,00 incl. 21% VAT
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