A very good example of a Chinese 19th Century Jian Double Sword with Scabbard
This unusual and rare 19th Century Chinese officer’s jian double sword comprises two back to back swords that include brass monster/dragon-head crossguards and heavily decorated pommels and polished hardwood grips. Each spear-pointed blade is inset with a series of brass roundels. The sword is complete with its original white, fishskin covered scabbard and decorated brass mounts. These Imperial Chinese double swords are extremely rare and seldom seen in the market as most sword pairs have parted company over the years and are now found in single form and without their original scabbard.
Condition of the Jian Sword
In very good condition overall, especially the blade which is particularly clean and retaining most original polish.
Specifications of the Jian Sword
Blade length is 15.5 inches (20.5 inches overall).
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