Approximate price 5400 USD, 19700 AED, 20100 SAR
Souvenir daggers differ from the “combat” ones in greater safety, having lower level of blade sharpening. In skillful hands, from a weapon, a bebut turned into an object of art.
Literally, bebut translates as “tiger claw” from Persian. The dagger got its name because of the curved shape and nature of chopping blows. To make a blade sharpened on both sides, high-strength steel is required. The curved hilt enhances maneuverability when using it.
Zlatoust engravers worked well on the “Persian” bebut. All-metal hilt and scabbard are decorated with intricate handmade floral ornaments. In addition to plating of precious metals, the souvenir bebut is generously encrusted with dazzling Swarovski phianites.
The bebut comes with a wooden gift box.
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