This is the simplest of all Kukris. It is a replica of a very simple knife (Kukri) all Nepalese would have one at home for their every day cutting and chopping task in the early nineteen century. It not only served them as a tool but more importantly as a weapon too. A recent research made to Nepal’s oldest museum at Chauni in Katmandu, showed how simple this Kukri had been constructed in that era. Kukris showcased inside the house were often seen of 13” in size to give the blade the impact it needs to get the job done.
The shape too of this Kukri is a little different to how the blades are crafted now. The shape appears very pointed at the tip, very thick in the middle and then very thin again just before the knotch. The handle is made out of rosewood.
The scabbard of this Classic Kukri is made of raw buffalo leather. A small knife and a sharpener are fitted at the back of the scabbard like every all kukri.
This kukri is a perfect collective item for collectors wanting collect a traditional classic style made centuries ago.
Length: 12 Inches
Weight: 740 grams
Finish: Semi Polished
- Stock: In Stock
- Model: Classic Pana
- Weight: 700.00g
- Dimensions: 12.00in x 0.00in x 0.00in