Approximate price 2600 USD, 9450 AED, 9650 SAR
A decorated knife certainly will take a high place in the ranking of gifts for men.
This product is the work of Zlatoust weapon makers, they have found a new approach in the decoration of blade products. Thanks to the sophisticated decor, the knife is of collectible value.
Since 1815, Zlatoust weapon makers have been making weapons for the army and navy. A distinctive feature is the manufacture of exclusive decorated weapons. These are Zlatoust weapon makers that make gift and award weapons for the first persons of the states.
The blade is made of damask steel and decorated with a golden emblem of the UAE. The hilt of the knife is made of wood. All-metal scabbard is decorated in the tradition of Zlatoust weapon makers. Front surface of the scabbard has the image of the “Father of the Nation”, Sheikh Zayed ibn Sultan Al Nahayan. It is surrounded by hand-engraved and precious malachite cabochons. All metal elements of the scabbard and the hilt are plated with nickel and pure gold.
Sheikh Zayed was the youngest of the sons of Sheikh Sultan, who ruled in the principality of Abu Dhabi in 1922-1926. When Sheikh Sultan died, Sheikh Zayed was only eight years old, and he had to wander a lot on the Arabian Peninsula. When Sheikh Zayed was born, Abu Dhabi was one of seven areas along the lower coast of the Persian Gulf which were under the rule of the sheikhs. The territories were in contractual relations with Great Britain, having signed a number of agreements with it at the end of the XIXth century. While he was growing, there was not a single school on the coast in the modern sense of the word. Sheikh Zayed got an elementary education based on Islamic principles. He lived in the desert with the Bedouin tribes, becoming acquainted with the life of these people. He learned about their traditions and amazing ability to survive in harsh conditions.
The knife is packed in a stylish wooden gift package.