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Saif 2

Saif 2

Doh-Tarri Saif

Overall length 75cm

Blade length 64cm

Width of blade at base: 4mm

Date: Early to Mid-19th Century

Origin: India

A Doh-tarri Saif (straight doubled-edged) sword with a wootz blade and (possibly a wootz?) hilt. This piece is similar to one owned by Guru Gobind Singh in Takht Sri Patna Sahib, Bihar.

The blade has minor surface putting but the integrity of the blade is unaffected. The cross section of the blade is oval with a central depression. Similar to other pieces on this item has not been tampered to force the visibility of the wootz pattern; in some cases such treatment affects the blade's integrity and makes it more susceptible to rust.

A phenomenal weapon with great dexterity typically utilised with the higher fighting forms of Sanatan Shastar Vidiya. The blade is superbly sharp, very well balanced, and light. A rare piece. A scabbard for the sword can be made on request. Please contact us on to request a quote.

Note to customers: We are aiming to re-educate our customers who are seeking high quality fighting weapons. High end fighting swords are rarely embellished with gold / silver; they are designed to be highly functional and practical. It takes a Sanatan Shastar Vidiya practitioner to understand what qualifies as a top class, good, average, or bad weapon.

Customers outside the UK interested in purchasing our weapons are kindly requested to contact us directly to discuss available options and requirements.

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