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Rajasthani Choora 1

Rajasthani Choora 1

Choora Knife 

Overall length: 23.5cm

Blade length: 16cm

Width of blade at base: 6mm

Date: Early / Mid 19th Century

Origin: India

A fantastic fighting Choora knife from Rajasthan. The sharp blade is of (pattern welded?) steel with a brass hilt. A very well balanced blade with a pronounced T-section. The spine of the blade has inventory markings similar to many seen from the famed Bikaner Armoury. The very sharp (and clean) edge is beveled; the blade is designed for both stabbing and cutting. No movement in the handle and the scales are very well riveted. A very solid knife typically kept as a daily "personal" item in the waist belt.

The buyer may request a custom scabbard to be made (recommended). 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.

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