Based on a famous sword from the Ming Dynasty, the sword is named after the third Emperor of that dynasty, Emperor Yung-Lu. The original featured precieous gems, a golden handle, intrict engravings, etc. It is one of the best preserved swords from the Ming Dynasty.
Though the reproduction is not made from Gold and precious stones, it still features a huge amount of detial work in the blade and througout the scabbard.
The blade is made from 1095 High Carbon steel and has been treated with a mono-type quenching process. The blade features 2 fullers and features a Octagonal cross section. The blade is quite hefty and able to take quuite the abuse.
The Handle is constructed of brass and wood and features a high level of engravings and cast work on the handle itself.
The Scabbard is also highly engraved. The Dragon motif travels the entirity of the piece and is a piece of art in of itself.
Comes with a decorative display box.
Overall Length: 38 1/2"
Blade Length: 32 1/2"
Blade Type: 1095 High Carbon
Full metal Scabbard with leather inserts
Full metal handle
- 4.50 LBS