Bebut is a short-blade dagger with a curved blade and two- or one-sided sharpening. In its shape, bebut resembles the claw of a brave and ferocious tiger. A coating of precious metals is a sign of luxury and wealth of the owner. Handmade delicate oriental ornament makes the oriental dagger a real work of art.
Bebut packed in gift box is a great present to the head of the company. Such a dagger embodies nobility, recalls the times of the great warriors.
Handmade bebut is a classic men's gift. Since ancient times, it was customary to present a weapon for birth. Both men and women wore weapons on their belts. After all, it was the weapon that was the talisman and cult object, protecting its owner.
From time immemorial, people have been looking for durable and reliable weapons, so as not to become prey for predators. According to archaeologists, the first tools for workingr and hunting were wooden, then stone ones. Simultaneously with the stone, ready-made natural tools were also used — horns of animals which were as strong as stone.
The souvenir "Khan" bebut in its shape and characteristics corresponds to the "combat" prototype dagger. A slightly curved blade of medium length, pointed on both sides, made it easy to strike and chop. You can hold a bebop with various grip: direct or reverse. The difference between a souvenir product is a less sharpening of the blade and rich decoration. From weapons, bebut turned into a work of art.
In the East, people pay great attention to every little thing, because without little things it is impossible to see the main ones. The desire to combine exquisite style with "indecent" luxury was a priority when creating souvenir weapons. Therefore, the design of the "Sultan" bebut, made in the oriental style, was thought out and worked out by the masters to the smallest detail.
The "Savior" dagger is modeled on the Persian dagger which is a melee weapon with a short, curved double-edged blade. Structurally, Persian daggers are similar to Turkish, but they are more elegant and slightly smaller in size.
This example of the eastern dagger made by the masters of Zlatoist is a real work of arms art. So much craftsmanship, inspiration and precious materials are put into it. It involves both the most durable metals, and also gold plating and jewelry stones.