The Haladie, a double-edged dagger, carries a rich history from ancient Syria and India. Comprising of two curved blades adjoined to a singular hilt, it's a testament to traditional weapon craftsmanship. Historically used by the Indian Rajput warriors, the Haladie was a versatile weapon for both stabbing and slicing.
Daggers have long held a significant role in close combat situations across human history, with many cultures utilizing decorated daggers for ceremonial and ritual contexts. The Haladie, with its unique shape and historical prominence, is a symbolic and iconic piece. In today's world, daggers serve as close-proximity self-defense weapons, or powerful cultural symbols denoting rites of passage, while in others, they are cherished as ritual objects used for body modifications.
Please note, due to knife legislation restricting the manufacture, sale, possession, transport, or use of such weapons, this Haladie is sold purely as a display and art piece and is not intended for practical use.
Blade of Unmatched Quality
The Haladie's blade is crafted from pattern-welded Damascus steel, a heat-treated, folded carbon steel known for its exceptional hardness and resilience. Achieving 352 distinct layers by folding 11 pieces of steel five times, the blade possesses a Rockwell hardness rating between 55 and 56 HRC.
Our high carbon Damascus steel contains layers of 1095 steel - the highest content carbon steel utilized in swords. This unique composition creates a sword that maintains a sharp edge and the flexibility to withstand powerful impact. The handle is made from resilient black horn with an HRC of 55-56, and the Haladie comes complete with a protective leather sheath.
- Handle: Durable Micarta
- Overall Length: A commanding 20"
- Rockwell Hardness: A solid 55-56 HRC
- Layers: A remarkable 352
- Sheath: Protective Leather Sheath
- Blade Material: Robust Damascus Steel, composed of:
- 6 Pieces of Carbon Steel (#43 and #40)
- 5 Pieces of High Carbon Steel 1095
- Folded five times for optimal strength:
- 1st Fold: 22 Layers
- 2nd Fold: 44 Layers
- 3rd Fold: 88 Layers
- 4th Fold: 176 Layers
- 5th Fold: 352 Layers
Our Haladie Knife is more than just an item; it's a symbol of historical craftsmanship and heritage. Indulge in the rich history of our Haladie Knife, and enhance your collection with its distinct, traditional allure.