Nepali Kukri Knife
A Kukri is a traditional knife/machete from the Gurkha people of Nepal. The Gurkha are famous for their warriors, and no Gurcka warrior is without a Kukri.
We collected this Kukri from the ancient city of Kathmandu, Nepal.
Measures 6.25" long and 1.5" wide.
It comes with a brass sheath with a dragon and the word "Nepal" on it.
This is a unique artifact from the Nepali Himalayas. Absolutely awesome!
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