KIT RAE "ISIS DAGGER" (KR1142) United Cutlery
This Egyptian inspired fantasy knife is one of the most popular knives in the Kit Rae line. It features a pommel that displays the symbols of fertility (horns & sun disc) and a horned guard design with intertwined serpents at its center. Overall Length: 17-1/4". Blade Length: 10-1/4". Blade Thickness: 1/8". Blade Material: 420 J2 stainless steel. Handle Material: ABS with snakeskin texture, cast metal guard and pommel, antique silver plated finish. Plaque: 19-3/4" x 6-1/16" wood, woodgrain finish, includes mounting hardware, instructions.
"There were many of these enchanted weapons long ago in the Fourth Age, the age of chaos, but chief among them was the Umethar, which could open gates to other worlds, and The Blade of Isis, which harnessed the power of the sun and the earth. The hand guard of the Blade of Isis was crafted in the shape of intertwined serpents. The grip was covered in serpent scale, and the pommel displayed the symbols of fertility, a sun disk and horns of a beast of burden. The face adorning the pommel was that of Isis, an Ancient One". For more of the "tale of the Isis Dagger" visit the Kit Rae website.
• Overall Length: 17 1/4”
• Blade Length: 10 1/4”
• Blade Thickness: 1/8"
• Blade Material: Mirror Polished 420 J2 Stainless Steel
• Handle Material: ABS with snakeskin texture, cast metal guard and pommel, antique silver plated finish
• Plaque:19 3/4" x 6 1/16" wood, woodgrain finish, include mounting hardware and instructions
Specs may vary slightly from piece to piece.
|KIT RAE FANTASY ARTIST
Images from a hidden world of dreams and nightmares form this unique line of edged fantasy creations by artist/designer Kit Rae®. Mr. Rae, who has been designing knives since 1984, has been engrossed in fantasy art all his life. Some of his designs are strikingly beautiful, some wickedly haunting, and some defy conventional description. The Kit Rae® line consists of edged knife and sword art, along with stories and companion prints of paintings by the artist. These are very popular among serious fantasy knife and sword collectors and have appeared in numerous television shows and feature films. Each new piece is part of the tapestry that forms “The Tale of The Swords of the Ancients”, a fantasy story written by the artist, about the eternal struggle between good and evil.