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  • Charlene Cleo Eiben

    ancient chinese style shortsword - The Knife Network Forums : Knife Making Discussions www.knifenetwork.com500 × 379Search by image here's a piece I just finished. the blade is 20" L6/O1, scabbard and gripp darkenned curly maple, fittings patinated bronze. It's based on ancient chinese swords

  • Betty Chin-Wu

    Ancient martial arts and weapons for combat. Qin Period Chinese Sword The blade is 20" L6/O1, scabbard and grip darkenned curly maple, fittings patinated bronze. It's based on ancient qin period chinese swords. www.powning.com

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