- Dated: mid-19th century
- Place of Origin: Bhutan
- Measurements: overall length: 28.5in (725mm). Blade length: 23.5in (595mm)
The hilt of the sword is made of pierced copper, inlaid on one side with three turquoise coral stones (normally found on Tibetan weapons). The wooden grip is partly covered with very attractive red binding, while the single edged blade has a high contrast hairpin folded steel pattern. The scabbard has a wooden carcass, covered in copper, with an old leather strap.
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