Pegasus Leaders brand presents the design of oriental traditional khanjar dagger The handle is made of natural jade stone, decorated with gold overlays with the addition of enamel and cubic zirkonia inlay. The blade is made of Damascus steel, which gives it a special pattern, with floral ornaments covered with gold. The golden scabbard perfectly complements the khanjar, decorated with enamel, cubic zirkonia and natural jade stones.
Khanjar is a traditional dagger of Omani origin. This type of weapon is designed to be worn by men during ceremonial events. The khanjar blade is short and curved, essentially shaped like the English letter “J”.
While the khanjar is the most common in Oman, due to its symbolic status, similar daggers are also worn by men in Yemen and the United Arab Emirates, which are an integral part of the “traditional attire” in these countries. Similar weapons may also be available for sale in other Gulf countries, at the Waqif Bazaar in Doha, Qatar. The khanjar is a popular keepsake among tourists and probably the best-selling souvenir of the Sultanate.