Turkish Sword with Wolf Head
All of our products are produced with respect to old methods as you watch on the following video. We test our products after reaching a certain durability and hardness after using our special hardening methods. You can watch our following test videos. The swords that you will buy have also durability guarantee as in the following tests.
|Artifical leather rope is wrapped on wood.|
Side Of Handle
|Steel Length||79 cm|
Wolfhead Ertugrul Sword
We are known for our Ottoman and Turkish swords that we have produced for you for years. In addition, we produce similar swords used in TV series and movies. One of them is the Diriliş Ertuğrul series, which was broadcast on TV. We made a different model of the sword used by Ertuğrul Gazi in the series. As you know, Ertuğrul Gazi is the Lord of Kayı Turks and also the father of Osman Gazi. The sword used by Ertuğrul Gazi in the series is a slotted model. The war traces and victories of the sword, which was widely used in ancient times, still tell us something today. We did not want to deprive you of this date, either. We want you to feel like you are in war when you pick up the sword. We offer you 3 different models similar to the sword used in the series.
However, the sword that I will tell you today is Wolfhead Dirilis Ertugrul Sword.
We make our sword from 4034 stainless steel. Our sword is produced with a real hand workmanship. We used the root part of the walnut tree in the stem. We have given a beautiful appearance by wrapping the hilt with artificial leather rope. We made it different from the sword used in the series. We used the wolf head, known as the symbol of the Turk, on the handle. Our sword is one piece. By mounting the handle on the steel, we added extra strength to the sword. The length of the sword is 90 cm. Its weight varies between 1000 and 1500 grams. The wolf-headed sword of Ertuğrul Gazi is sent to you in a special dark blue box. We also send the stand that you will use to display the sword. You can buy the sword by ordering from the site.
‘Whoever lies in the wolf’s nest becomes a wolf.’