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Buy antique knives, kukris and accessories, many from the from the British Empire lost arsenal found at the royal palace of Lagan Silekhana in Nepal, at Atlanta Cutlery.

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BhojPure Traditional Kukri

#401126
These original battle kukri’s were made prior to 1890. Each kukri is hand made; the steel was smelted, forged, shaped and hammered in Nepal by individual Kamis. Approx. 17" long, 2-1/2" wide, 3/8" thick.
$88.95

Bhojpure Traditional Kukri Blade

#403094
These original battle Kukri blades were hand made prior to 1890. Blade only without the handle or scabbard. Approx. 17" long.
$38.95

BhojPure Traditional Kukri with Old Scabbard

#401166
The original BhojPure battle Kukri’s were made prior to 1890 and was popular among Nepalese because it brings good fortune and prosperity. This comes complete with original scabbard and 2 small Kukri knives. Approx. 17 inches long.
$139.95

Gurkha Officer's Patch Knife

#402042
This hand forged antique has a genuine horn handle and dates from the 1800s. They are generally 7-3/4" long with 3-1/4" blades and solid brass furniture. Generally good condition.
$24.95

Kukri Bayonet

#600784
Highly detailed replica weapon with quality design for World War enactment.
$49.95 $99.95

Longleaf Traditional Kukri with Old Scabbard and 2 Knives

#401164
This antique traditional, hand-made LongLeaf Kukri includes an original Old Scabbard with 2 small knives. Approx. 19 inches long
$189.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Kukri Bayonet

I bought one of these about two years ago at the 99 dollar price. This is a bargain price wise and mounted on a barrel is a real show piece. I've had a lot of fun showing it off and sure beats 1000 dollars for an orginal.
Reviewed by: David, February 13, 2018

Review of: Original 1800s Patch Knife

bought two, had the professionally sharpened, excellent edge, very unique metal, can see the forging marks, love these knifes
Reviewed by: David, September 05, 2017

Review of: New Scabbard for Longleaf Kukri

Mine came in black with a silver steel tip.  It was more ornate that the one pictured.  It is all wood inside with a leather covering and decorative cord wrapping it.  On the back are the 2 knives in very nice condition with a tinder pouch.  My longleaf fits nicely and I quickly made a leather frog.  The longleaf is a giant of a knife, and so is the scabbard.  You could just stick this thing inside of a heavy gunbelt.  In any case I am very pleased.  It looks great.
Reviewed by: david, August 18, 2017

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Kukri

I selected the "Hand Selected" option.  It is beautiful.  Great patina, and blood on the blade! Nicks and marks of use (not on the cutting edge and just add character).  This thing is beautiful.  Handle is tight, and perfect with no flaws.  Mine came sharp, and slightly dirty.  It is a giant, and a beast.  Wonderful piece.  I ordered a new scabbard separately and it is very nice also came with the 2 knives for sharpening and fire starting (Supposedly).  I am surprised at how nice this is and would definitely order another.  Great bargain and history.
Reviewed by: david, August 18, 2017

Review of: Gurkha Officer's Patch Knife

Not even playing, I bought 2, and they are absolutely beautiful.  You can't go wrong, these things are worth every penny.
Reviewed by: jonathan , July 24, 2017

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Kukri with Old Scabbard and 2 Knives

beautiful knife.

blade is in very good condition, no nicks or flaws. handle has one minor nick in pommel. otherwise perfect and quite useable.

the sheath is elderly, but is in excellent shape, not dry not torn. obvious wear from use, but needing no repairs.

this kukri was advertized as coming with the two small utility knives, but they were not included with the sheathed knife. i contacvted customer service, and they immediately sent me two small knives
Reviewed by: , July 21, 2017

Review of: Wood Kukri Handle

It's in pretty good shape. It's definitely worth $8. I haven't done anything with it yet but I'm sure when I sand it and put linseed oil on it, it will look really good.
Reviewed by: , July 15, 2017

Review of: Gurkha Officer's Patch Knife

It  is better than I though it would be.    Holds a  good edge.. I still would like to know if it is wootz steel.
Reviewed by: , June 30, 2017

Review of: Original 1800s Patch Knife

Great product.  Just what I was looking for.
Reviewed by: , June 03, 2017

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Kukri Blade

Absolutely beautiful.  Once I cleaned the grease off the steel it stuck me thstvthis is a physical piece of history in my hands.  Very humbling.  I will absolutely be purchasing more of these beautiful blades.
Reviewed by: , May 12, 2017