The Qing dynasty was the was the last imperial dynasty of China, the final dynastic era after centuries of dynastic rule. Just as transitions of power characterize Chinese history, imperial China is also defined by wars, conquest, and battle. Across years of military conflict, several bladed Chinese weapons were deployed on the battlefield. This Qing Dynasty Sword is a Chinese dao sword that resembles the ancient Chinese swords used during imperial China! With a sharp, hand-forged blade and a beautiful scabbard, this authentic Chinese sword represents the rich history of imperial Chinese swords and weapons.

Multiple types of swords and blades were present on the battlefield during Chinese history. Among the four traditional Chinese weapons, the dao sword is considered “The General of Weapons.” While the gun (staff), qiang (spear), and jian (Chinese long sword) were common Chinese imperial weapons, daos gained popularity over jians as close combat swords. With curved single-edged blades, liuyedao swords could thrust, cut, and slash and were paired with shields. The liuyedao (willow-leaf saber) was used as a sidearm by both cavalry and infantry soldiers during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Some schools of Chinese martial arts trained with liuyedaos, and modern wushu involves the use of dao swords in daoshu routines. This hand-forged Chinese sword reflects the history of Chinese sabers in its design.

  • The chinese sword is made of pattern steel, it features a copper tsuba, blue rayskin scabbard and handle.
  • Hand forge, razors edge sharp, hand sharpened, full tang, battle-ready swords.
  • From the tip of its blade to its pommel, this asian sword incorporates facets of traditional dao swords. like the imperial chinese short swords and liuyedao of history, this genuine dao sword has a slightly curved blade and handle. at 34 inches long unsheathed, the graceful curved form of this chinese saber is apparent down its length. the curve is most prominent in its 7.25 inch long bing (handle). with a refined blue rayskin, the bing grip is bordered by the gold colored bingtou (pommel) and hushou (handguard). both the bingtou and hushou are constructed from metal and have a subtle textured finish. like traditional chinese daos, the 3.25 inch diameter hushou guard has a circular shape with a raised lip that helps to prevent water from dripping into the scabbard or blood from running onto the grip.
  • These imperial style chinese swords, with their hand-forged blades and elegantly curved shape, uphold the design of traditional chinese swords. this genuine chinese short sword would make a fantastic addition to a weapons collection or an excellent gift for a collector or historian. add one of these qing dynasty swords to your own collection of historic chinese swords and martial arts weapons today!
  • Please note: the sword stand or holder is not included.


Item Number TK-CN-G10592
Primary Color Blue
Primary Material Pattern Steel

Item Dimensions & Packaging

Dimensions 37.8 * 1.5 Inches
Weight 2.8 Pounds
Packing Size 40 x 4 x 4 Inches
Shipping Weight 5.0 Pounds

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