Museum Replicas Royal Indian Katar - 403531
Museum Replicas Royal Indian Katar
This famous push dagger reached the height of its use during the 16th to 19th centuries, and has inspired countless, imaginative fantasy and video game weapons ever since. With his hand securely gripping the cross bars, a warrior could punch through mail armor. This Katar, copied from an example in a British museum, has a “flame” blade and a brass handle with an antiqued finish. Elaborate flourishes on the grip and guard befit its status as a weapon carried by the ruling class. High carbon steel blade. Scabbard included.