The name of the knife «Arsalan» translates from the Buryatia language as a «lion». A lion is one of the symbols of a Shakyamuni Buddha; in other words, Shakyasimha, which means «Lion of the Sakya clan». The stylized depiction of the animal crowns the top of the handle. This favourable image combines the regal with wisdom, and represents the protection of the Buddhist teaching. The bared teeth aren’t a sign of hostility, but the gesture of a guard: in the East, an image of a predator’s head is often used as a talisman.

-This knife isn't a cold weapon
-We provide to our customers all the necessary certificates needed for the transportation of the item in Russia and abroad

Materials: Multilayaer steel / Damascus steel, silver plating on bronze,  African blackwood / buffalo's horn / rosewood, natural leather

Author: Zhigzhit Bayaskhalanov