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Collectible fantasy showpiece dagger7 3/4" stainless steel display bladeIntricately sculpted pommel, guardABS handle with faux leather wrapFaux leather decorative scabbardOverall length: 13 1/2"
Our Growling Tiger Fantasy Dagger And Scabbard is a strikingly unique piece which features a stylized, brass-look metal pommel that portrays a growling tiger. The 7 3/4" stainless steel display blade has a definite Samurai sword profile and the metal guard also has the appearance of real brass. The ABS handle has traditional faux leather wrapping, which is an elegant contrast to the pommel. The faux leather, decorative scabbard features intricate brass-look accents and has a hanging cord. The fantasy weapon collector in your life will love you for this!
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AMAZING beauty and craftsmanship
Cool knife a really like the design but it is not sharpened.
I just reviewed the other knife that is similar BK3667. I Love these knives, everything about them is just right. Yes their is faux leather on the handle and scabbard and it looks good, I'm sure anyone who buy's these knives aren't going to carry and use them. Again the Antiquated guard and pommel are a thing of beauty. The blade is not sharp as these knives are meant to be displayed. The blade on this knife has a swept up curve, then a back angle at the end. A thing of beauty to be sure. Thank you BudK.