The blade is made of high -alloy steel polished to a mirror finish. A floral ornament is applied to the surface by gilding. The scabbard and hilt of the dagger are made of metal polished to a shine. On the surface, the master manually engraved a pattern using a cutter and a microscope. The pattern is further enhanced by the technique of artistic enameling. The artist paints on the metal surface with red enamel manually using a brush. All work is only handmade. It takes a lot of time and requires high professionalism and concentration of the craftsmen. For more than 200 years, Zlatoust weapon makers have been making souvenir weapons, ranging from simple utility knives to award weapons of noble materials. Owners of weapons are the first persons of the states, heads of corporations.
Thanks to the skillful decor, the dagger is of collectible and artistic value. Over time, it will have antique value as well.
The exquisite product of the Zlatoust masters will become the decoration of the collection for a friend, colleague or relative.