41" Battle Ready Gold Damascus Katana Sword Handmade R471

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Damascus Katana Sword Japanese Way

  • Handmade in the Traditional Japanese way
  • Folded Gold Damascus Steel
  • Sharp Blade is Ready to Use
  • Battle Ready
  • Full Tang
  • Glossy Black Wooded Scabbard
  • Gold Cord Wrapped Handle Wrapped in White Ray Skin with Gold Dragon Motif
  • Gold Hanging Cord on the Scabbard
  • Ornately Decorated Tsuba, Brass Habaki, and Ornate Kashira
  • Model#: R471

Katana Sword Vocabulary:

  • Tsuba - Hand Guard
  • Habaki - Blade Collar
  • Kashira - Pommel (back of the handle)


  • Total Length with Scabbard = 41"
  • Blade = 28"
  • Handle = 11.25"

Set Includes:

  • Gold Damascus Steel Katana with Scabbard
  • Wooden Display Stand
  • Sword Robe Cover
  • Cleaning/Maintenance Kit
  • Storage Case to hold everything
Here we have a beautiful 41" Gold Damascus Katana Sword handmade with the traditional Japanese method. It features a wooden scabbard with a gold cord wrapped ray skin handle. The blade is made of high grade Damascus folded tempered steel. The scabbard has a glossy black finish which looks great. This Katana can be used in battle or for display with the included wooden display stand. Also included is a complete maintenance kit, robe cover, and storage case. Anyone would be thrilled to receive one of these as a gift! In fact, we would highly recommend these as a gift. A must have Katana for any collector!
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The sword overall was sharp nice and easy to use but however the tip bends to easily and the gold Damascus does come off the blade. Also when using it in combat with another sword there will be scratches on the blade.

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Hey there! You won't have any issues with bending as long as you're not striking very hard object. Stick with traditional soft targets and you won't have any issues at all. Blade coating can come off any type of blade depending on how it's used. With sword to sword combat there will definitely be scratches. If you're using it on tatami and other soft targets, you should be just fine :)