For more that thousands of years, sabers have been considered an attribute of horse guards (cavalry) and individual infantry units. Officer sabers are widely used as an elite ceremonial ceremonial equipment of horse parade platoons. The graceful curves of the decorated saber attract attention. Hands involuntarily dream, holding the hilt, with fury cut the streams of air rushing into the face.
The saber blade is made of damask steel. Damask steel is a durable high-carbon alloy of metals with a characteristic pattern. The blade is decorated with floral ornaments and a two-headed eagle. The scabbard is covered with genuine black leather and metal plates. They are decorated using the technique of Zlatoust engraving on metal with inlaid jewelry stones of different colors and sizes. In the central part of the scabbard, there is the image of the battle with participation of the cavalry. All metal elements of the scabbard and the hilt are plated with gold and silver.
The hilt includes a guard and is decorated with a leather lanyard. Wooden part of the hilt is made of ebony wood. The back of the hilt is covered with a metal plank decorated with engraving and jewelry stones.
A handmade saber is a VIP gift designed to create a place of strength and attraction in the interior.