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.
Bebut’s blade is more often made of damask steel, but can be made of stainless steel. The hilt is combined of hornbeam and metal, or solid metal. The scabbard can also be combined (hornbeam, leather, metal) or solid metal. The blade, hilt and scabbard are richly decorated with oriental ornaments by etching, engraving and plated with gold of the highest standard galvanically.
Each dagger is a vivid example of handmade and inspired collective creativity. Weapon makers, artists and engravers of the company worthily keep and develop the Zlatoust traditions of metal decoration. When creating each item, they combine talent, creativity and a high level of performance.
Many men, especially military men, representatives of law enforcement agencies, or people with oriental origins, will be pleased to receive a gift, instead of a banal “present”, symbolizing their charisma, strength, fearlessness and reliability. Such an item, of course, will serve as a reflection of the special character traits of its owner.