Indian Koftgari Damascus Dagger. Koftgari work is an overlay art which is done by pressing gold/silver wire by special tool on crosshatching and then its heated and pressed by a polish hakik stone ( a normal stone can’t be used). No two are exactly the same. All the silver detailing is actual silverwork not an imitation. The Damascus blade was forged by a black smith using alternating bars of steel carbon and iron with different degrees of hardness then forge welded together. The pattern used in this blade is raindrop with a four leaf silver design in the center of the blade on one side. The blade comes unsharpened and is housed in a velvet lined elaborately detailed scabbard with silver work just like the handle.
Blade Length: 7 Inches Overall Length: 12.50 Inches