Black And Red Katana

£219.00

Behold the striking elegance of our Black and Red Katana, a masterpiece forged from the finest Damascus steel, featuring a robust fer forgé guard and a meticulously crafted solid wood handle and sheath, both adorned with a woven rope and exquisite copper fittings. This exceptional blade, measuring 20.1 inches, is perfectly balanced by a 10.6-inch handle, creating a total length of 30.7 inches for sublime handling. With a slender blade width of 1.26 inches, a thickness of 0.28 inches, and a weight of just 2.43 pounds, this katana is a testament to the artistry and might of traditional sword-making.

  • Authentic Japanese swords
  • Hand-forged for exceptional quality
  • Free shipping UK

Specification

BladeDamascus steel
Guard / TsubaFer forgé
Sleeve / SayaSolid wood, finished with a winding rope and copper fittings
Handle / TsukaSolid wood, finished with a winding rope and copper fittings
OtherNo additional components mentioned

Dimension

Length with sheath30.7 inches
Blade length20.1 inches
Handle lengthCalculated as 30.7 inches – 20.1 inches = 10.6 inches
Blade width1.26 inches
Blade thickness0.28 inches
Weight1.1kg (converted to pounds: approximately 2.43 pounds)

Average processing time: 0 to 3 working days.

Average delivery time:

  • USA & Canada: 7-14 days
  • Europe: 7-14 days
  • Rest of the World: 12-21 days

Feel free to reach our team if you have any question:

contact@katana-uk-com

Please note that our katanas are hand forged according to the Japanese tradition and know-how. Depending on the complexity of the model, our blacksmiths may require additional time to forge your Japanese sword.

  1. If you would like to add an engraving, please let us know at checkout or at [email protected] (100% FREE).
  2. All samurai sword was designed in Japan and produced in Longquan, the sword capital of China.
  3. Is it legal to own a katana in the UK? Since 2008, regulations have been changing in the UK, and it is now legal to buy, sell or own a katana ONLY if it has been made by hand using traditional techniques, which is completely our case.