Kit Rae Tibetan Spirit Knife
Inspired by the mystical Tibetan Spirit daggers used to stab demons and ward off evil spirits durning ancient Tibetan rituals. The horrid head on the pommel represents the demon or "fiend" to be warded off and the fierce tiger heads on the guard are symbols to scare the demon away.. .
~ Thickness: 1/8"
~ Plaque: 17-7/8" x 5-1/16" x 3/4" wood.
Images from a hidden world of dreams and nightmares form this unique line of edged fantasy creations by artist Kit Rae. Mr. Rae, who has been designing knives since 1984, has been engrossed in fantasy art all his life, with a background in illustration, painting, and sculpting. His designs have varying inspirations including Greek and Egyptian mythology, some strikingly beautiful, some wickedly haunting. They are very popular among serious fantasy knife and sword collectors and have appeared in numerous television shows and feature films. The Kit Rae line consists if edged knife and sword art, with some pieces defying conventional description, Each new piece is part of the tapestry that forms "The Tale of The Swords and the Ancients," a fantasy story written by the artist, about the eternal struggle between good and evil. Most Kit Rae knives include a companion art print that feature blades in scenes from his story.
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel (420J2)|
|Handle Material||Metal, wire|
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|