Inspired by the mystical Tibetan Spirit daggers used to stab demons and ward off evil spirits during ancient Tibetan rituals. These knives were originally employed in necromantic ceremonies to exorcise or protect against evil demons that produced disease or death. The horrid head on the pommel represents the demon or fiend to be warded off and the fierce tiger heads on the guard are symbols to scare the demon away. This edged fantasy creation is presented with a solid wood wall display plaque and features finely detailed solid metal handle parts, medieval style wire-wrapped grip, and mirror-polished stainless steel blade. The Tibetan Spirit Knife is part of the Kit Rae Fantasy Art Collection and each piece is branded with the designer's trademark and includes a parchment certificate telling of the history of the Tibetan Spirit Knife.
KR11 Tibetan Spirit Knife
OVERALL Length: 15-1/2"
Blade Length: 9-1/8"
Blade Thickness: 1/8"
Blade Material: 420 J2 stainless steel, double-edged, mirror-polished.
Handle Material: Cast metal guard and pommel, antique silver plated finish, stainless steel twisted wire-wrapped grip, rat-tail tang construction.
Plaque: 17-7/8" x 5-1/16" x 3/4" wood, includes mounting hardware, instructions.