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 is made by Russian weapon makers from Zlatoust. 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. For example, the Presidential Regiment of the Moscow Kremlin is still armed with sabers which are more than 150 years old.
The saber blade is made of high-alloy steel. Such steel is used to make working cutting tools up to surgical scalpels. The blade is abundantly decorated with gold painting. The metal hilt and crosspiece are richly decorated with relief engraving. A large stone is encrusted in the crosspiece center. The metal scabbard is decorated using the technique of the Zlatoust engraving on metal; its stages include:
lacquer needle engraving;
The saber is a brutal male gift that can be presented to a colleague, friend, boss or relative.