Exquisite Handmade Blue Katana - A Blend of Tradition and Mastery
Introduction: Step into the world of Japanese martial tradition with the Handmade High Carbon Damascus Steel Blue Katana. This 40.5-inch masterpiece pays homage to the legendary samurai warriors, blending historical reverence with modern craftsmanship. Celebrated for its curved, single-edged blade and distinctive guard, the katana is an iconic symbol of Japan's feudal era. Our Blue Katana stands apart, not just for its functionality but for its visually stunning blue handle - a tribute to both tradition and artistry.
Blade Excellence: At the heart of our Blue Katana lies the exquisitely patterned Damascus steel blade, a testament to traditional sword-making art. Forged from 11 pieces of steel and folded five times, this blade boasts an impressive 352 layers. The high carbon Damascus steel, primarily composed of top-tier 1095 steel, ensures a perfect balance between sharpness, durability, and flexibility. Rated 55-56 HRC on the Rockwell scale, this blade is engineered for resilience, capable of enduring intense impacts while maintaining its edge.
Ergonomic Handle and Elegant Sheath: The katana's handle merges functionality with elegance, featuring a combination of traditional wood and sophisticated brass bolsters for a firm, comfortable grip. Accompanied by a custom wood sheath, it not only safeguards the blade but also enhances the sword's aesthetic charm.
- Handle: Wood with Brass Bolsters
- Length: 40.5 inches
- Blade Hardness: 55-56 HRC, Rockwell scale
- Blade Layers: 352 in Damascus steel
- Sheath: Custom Wood
- Blade Materials:
- 6 pieces Carbon Steel (#43 and #40)
- 5 pieces High Carbon Steel 1095
- Progressive Layering from 1st to 5th fold
- Additional Options: Available in pure 1095 steel and stainless steel variants
Conclusion: The Handmade High Carbon Damascus Steel Blue Katana is more than a weapon; it's a symbol of martial elegance and historical legacy. Ideal for Japanese history enthusiasts, sword collectors, and martial arts aficionados, this katana is not just a collectible but a piece of cultural heritage.