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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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Victorian Era Nepalese Officer’s Kukri

#750076
These Victorian Era kukri's were made by hand for the British Gurkha Regiments as their standard issue sidearm for Officer's.
$149.95

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.
$48.95

Zulu Iklwa Spear

#600314
The Zulu "Iklwa" is the famous short shafted, large bladed spear that carved out one of the greatest early African nations. This replica is a must for history buffs or collectors of military weapons. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
$49.95

Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri

#401124
This Longleaf battle kukri has a straighter spine and longer blade than Bhojpure, and in the skilled hands of the Gurkha it became a frightening weapon indeed. These have all seen service with both the Nepali military and the British Army. All of the blades are marked in Devangari script with the date of manufacture.
$149.95

BhojPure Traditional Antique 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.
$114.95

Original 1800s Patch Knife

#401788
Rare original 1800s Nepalese Patch Knives. These hand forged antiques have genuine stag handles and were probably carried in kukri pouches by the Royal Guard. They are generally 6-1/2" to 7-1/2" overall, with blades ranging from 2-3/4" to 3-1/4". Good condition.
From $30.00

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Bhojpure Traditional Kukri Blade

Perfect blade the real deal !!!!!!!!! (also from historical point of view) strong and heavy
Reviewed by: Anastas, January 14, 2021

Review of: Bhojpure Traditional Kukri Blade

I bought one of the bjojpure blades and combined it with a WW1 brass knucks trench knife handle. Awsome weapon. The blade was beautiful under the grease. I'm buying more before they are gone forever,
Timothy Childs  Co. C 40th Va. Infantry CSA
Reviewed by: Timothy, June 04, 2020

Review of: Bhojpure Traditional Kukri Blade

I bought this bojpure blade along with a longleaf blade. This bojpure is over an inch longer than the longleaf, and has a broader blade. It is about two inches longer than my modern production, traditional style kukri and has a much broader blade. It is far more imposing as a weapon. It is also made of a vastly tougher grade of steel. Harder than any weapon in my collection. I did not pay for hand selection, and this blade is in rough condition. The edge looks to have suffered major damage at some point and was crudely repaired. The tip is broken off. None of this detracts from this beautiful antique. I have attached a custom handle. I am leaving the heavy patina intact and will touch up the edge so that it will continue to live on as a fearsome weapon.
Reviewed by: Jonathan, March 31, 2019

Review of: Bhojpure Traditional Kukri Blade

The blade was in great shape and well protected in grease.  Once it was cleaned up I took a file to the edge checking the temper.  The spine is soft and the edge was very hard, perfect for a big chopper.  The next few days were spent mounting it on a horn handle and making a leather sheath.  After putting a shaving sharp convex edge on the blade (which didn't take much) it was ready to go.  Oak, Hickory and Elm have been getting cleared off of our property ever since, the edge still shaves!
Reviewed by: , May 11, 2017

Review of: Zulu Iklwa Spear

This spear far exceeded my expectations. I've wanted a Zulu spear for my collection, but what I had seen available from other companies were not up to what I wanted. This spear did...... MBL, Florida
Reviewed by: Manny, January 13, 2017

Review of: Zulu Iklwa Spear

Bought this Iklwa for the same reason the Zulus had them in the first place.  To defend my home.  
Reviewed by: Patrick, August 30, 2016

Review of: Bhojpure Traditional Kukri Blade

Last one I purchased Came out beautiful. Definitely an old combat used Kukri. Under the cosmolene & rust it was stamped in ancient Sanskrit. Sent a photo to a knife maker in Napol who was able to have it translated for me. It now has a beautiful antler handle and is very impressive. Thanks
Reviewed by: James, April 07, 2016

Review of: Bhojpure Traditional Kukri Blade

Ordered one of these handless Blades.  It came well packed in a packetwith grease and all. After cleaning it is a nice blade (No handle)
Reviewed by: David, October 12, 2015

Review of: Zulu Iklwa Spear

I have had one since they were first offered, and it's an excellent hunting spear. With the way things are going in this world, having a second one seemed like a good move. It's an excellent and formidable close quarter weapon.
Reviewed by: Clifford, July 09, 2015

Review of: Zulu Iklwa Spear

This is the PRIDE of my collections! :) Love it.
Reviewed by: Philip Chiok, January 07, 2011