Damask steel has something attractive, it is noted by both experts and just lovers of metal items. This is both beauty, a raid of centuries of history, and the originality of the resulting patterns. Damask blade is decorated with the drawing applied to the surface with pure gold. The hilt of the dagger is cast and carved from red resin. Resin is difficult to process, it quickly clogs pores in abrasive tools. Thus preventing its machining. But falling into the hands of talented Zlatoust masters, we get an amazing hilt, polished to a shine with a deep, cosmic pattern. All-metal scabbard is decorated using the Zlatoust metal engraving technique. On the front side of the scabbard, there is an Indian with a gun in his hands. Masters tried to convey the atmosphere and decor of the time of the wild West. The top of the hilt is cast from metal in the form of an eagle’s head.
The dagger is made by Russian weapon makers from Zlatoust. Since 1815, Zlatoust weapon makers have been making weapons for the army and navy. A distinctive feature is the manufacture of exclusive decorated weapons.