A real Shamshir sword with its curved shape. This sword is completely handmade and produced according to old and traditional methods The biggest feature that distinguishes the sword from other swords is that it is curved and has a curved structure of 5 to 15 degrees. Shamshir sword is known as Persian Sword. Shamshir Sword began to be produced in the 9th century and the 12th century. Today, it continues to be produced without going beyond what is known in history. It is completely handmade and made of wooden handle material. Shamshir Sword is full tang. We have added durability to the sword by mounting the handle on the steel. We send the Shamshir Sword with its dark blue box and stand. You can show the sword in your office and home in this box.
What is the Size of Shamshir sword?
Shamshir swords for sale are available in various sizes and weights, so you can choose one that suits your needs. Most shamshir swords have blades that are around 25 inches long and weigh about 2 pounds. If you prefer a heavier sword, you can purchase one with a blade length of 30 inches or more. These swords weigh about 3 pounds and have handles that are about 5 to 7 inches long. Shamshir sword is a traditional Middle Eastern sword. Shamshir swords were used by the Persian, Arab and Turkic peoples of Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. The shamshir sword was also used in India, where it was known as a tulwar.
The persian sword has a double-edged blade with two sharp edges on each side near the tip of the blade. The center portion of the blade has no sharp edges. The hilt is made of metal or wood with brass or silver accents attached to it. Some shamshirs have decorative designs engraved onto their blades or handles. The Shamshir is a Persian sword, a curved sabre with one edge, used during Sassanid times. The name “Shamshir” is from the Persian word meaning “lion.”The sword is associated with the Sassanid Empire (224-651 AD) and was used by both horse and foot soldiers. The weapon was made of Damascus steel, which was imported from India to Persia.The Shamshir sword design is believed to have been introduced by the Sasanian king Khosrau I (Anushiruwan). It appears in Sassanid art dating back to the 6th century AD, but most examples date from the 10th century onwards.