Marto Tachi Meiji Samurai Sword
An ideal collector's choice for the finest decorative Samurai Swords, expertly crafted, in accurate, antique detail and fittings.
The scabbard features two hanger rings used to wear the sword suspended with the cutting edge toward the ground, a particular style used, known as jindachi zukuri, opposed to the buke zukuri, the traditional way of carrying a katana,which is with the blade toward the sky.
Official Product of Marto of Spain. Marto was founded in 1961 in the old district of Toledo and certifies all swords are designed, developed and manufactured in Toledo-Spain by its skilled and recognised artists, craftsmen and sword masters that join traditional handicraft with the most modern techniques and manufacture the finest decorative swords available in the world today.
NNB: Classified as a "Decorative Sword" and not intended for harsh cutting, as the blade composition, tangs and handle designs are not able to withstand forceful impact with hard surfaces. Manufactured for ceremonial use, personal gifts, home or office display and theatre/movie props.
|Overall Length||105 cm|
|Blade Steel||Stainless Steel|
Handle and Saya/Scabbard: Finely engraved ivory like resin