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Small Silver Kothimoda (Display Kukri)

Small Silver Kothimoda (Display Kukri)

The smaller version of the contemporary Kothimoda kukris; a beautifully done silver sheathed kukri..

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  • Blade Length (in): 8
  • Handle Length (in): 4.5
  • Blade Steel: 5160
  • Handle Material: Horn
  • Sheath: Pure Silver
  • Actual Weight (gm): 325
  • Overall weight (gm): 500
  • Shipping weight (gm): 800
  • Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
  • Blade thickness (mm): 8
  • Edge grinding: Semi convex
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USD 160.00

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A mini display kukri having silver Kothimoda Sheath and a beautiful blade

 A decorative kukri knife to showcase in your home or office to adorn an ambient

The Small Silver Kothimoda is named so due to it small profile (8 inches) and belongs to the Kothimoda (silver sheath) family. The silver section contains many traditional Nepalese symbols and is carved with intricate precision done by hand. The beautiful silver also contrasts well against the velvet background and gives a desiring look. The gold plated "Cross Kukri" badge on the other hand gives a dashing look to the overall set up of the knife.

Both, the blade and its horn handle are well polished to compliments the special silver case (sheath). The edge is sharp, same steel, same making process, so its very much usable but its sheath makes it delicate as silver is used. Its best left to display to wow the onlookers.

Kothimoda kukri makes a fine gift. Its a medium to show one's respect, gratitude and gratefulness towards somebody through this articulate material. This tradition also flows well in army and police institutions where the retiring officers are marked with Kothimoda to honor their service and personality.

What is a Kothimoda ??
A KothimoDa or KothimoRa in strict terms means a kukri that comes with a silver sheath. It has a plain simple blade but the sheath is where the value and recognition of the kukri lies. Kothimoda has a special place and value in Nepalese culture and society. Its made by very skilled craftsmen only. It also falls under the expensive range so this makes it rare and high end item.

  • The exclusive silver scabbard makes it an excellent gift to express one’s appreciation and gratefulness. The recipients obviously feels highly honored and motivated. This tradition still continues in Nepal
  • Kothimoda kukri was also seen as a symbol of high rank and higher status of the owner. Many historic Kothimodas meant for aristocrat people were decorated with precious stones, diamonds, ivory and even gold 
  • A Nepali bridegroom proudly wears the Kothimoda kukri tucked in his sash. It is believed that by doing so the kukri will protect him and his family from evil spirits, bad spells and misfortune
  • Kothimoda also makes a handsome gift to the retiring officers in various security institutions. Its given to address and honor is long and loyal service to the country


* Note: Our Kothimodas are made from 100% pure silver. We DO NOT use white metal *


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