Gurkha khukuri, a small hilly town, is situated in the eastern part of Nepal. This type of kukri is made in that place. Hence it is called Dhankute wooden kukri. The name “Dhankuta” of the kukri is given after its village name where it originated centuries ago. The Dhankute wooden kukri is for both decorative and for using purpose. It can be used in cutting bamboo. The carbon used in the Dhankute wooden kukri is 5160 RC spring. The type of the blade is 11 inches which is a semi-polished blade. The type of handle of the Dhankute wooden kukri is 5 inch which is made from the Indian rosewood. The scabbard is made from the pinewood from the inside and it has a unique type of decoration at the outer side. The overall length of the kukri is 16 inches. The weight of the Gurkha khukuri is 602 grams.
The wooden sheath of this khukuri gives the historical and beautiful hand-worked by the people from Nepal. To make the khukuri look more beautiful the handle is also given the beautiful art the same as in its cover. This small size of the knife is useful for decorative purposes. The people who love arts and wanted to collect the knife for those this knife is perfect for them. The best quality of the materials is used in making this knife. The khukuri has always been loved by people from around the world.
We highly recommend that the wooden parts on all kukri are treated with the appropriate timber oil or wood treatment prior to use to protect and prolong the life of the timber. All of our exquisite Kukri’s are hand-made and as such there will be variations in size, weight, timber color, and other such features that make them unique and distinguishable from machine-made imitations. Buyers must be 18 yrs and over to purchase any knife or sword. Please note that the kukris are shipped directly from Nepal.