Danny's Tarwar

Discussion in 'Himalayan Imports' started by Yangdu, Aug 23, 2011.

  1. Yangdu

    Yangdu [email protected] Himalayan Imports-Owner Moderator

    Apr 5, 2005
    Your special Tarwar had arrived here, Danny
    Email me your maling address and I will ship the Tarwar via USPS insured priority mail.

    Terisa with Danny's Tarwar
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    Excellent work by Kami
     
  2. Qeth

    Qeth

    Dec 13, 2010
    Looks like a gross messer. Or an uber gross messer. :thumbup:
     
  3. crimsonfalcon07

    crimsonfalcon07

    Dec 27, 2010
    That was just what I was thinking. HI Grosse Messer...
     
  4. Buttmunkey

    Buttmunkey

    36
    May 23, 2011
    Very nice! Everything is exceptional today. The boss laid down the law, no more Kukris for now or else it wont be a merry Christmas. I can still look. I'd love a closer shot of the handle. I wonder what it cost to make?
     
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  5. on_the_edge

    on_the_edge Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 31, 2006
    I don't know how tall Terisa is, but that looks like a very big tarwar!
     
  6. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    I am speechless. (wow, those photos)
     
  7. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    It is a messer, but specifically, it is a copy of a hunting messer made in Austria in the late 15th century. I am sending you an email right now, Aunt Yangdu. I hope it makes it!
     
  8. Qeth

    Qeth

    Dec 13, 2010
    Specs?

    I'm estimating 36" blade, 12 handle, and 3/16 thickness?
     
  9. cfoster2003

    cfoster2003

    440
    Jul 25, 2011
    wow, stunning
     
  10. Abaniko

    Abaniko

    994
    Jun 2, 2006
    Congrats Danny! :cool::thumbup:
     
  11. JayGoliath

    JayGoliath

    Mar 27, 2010
    Excalibur!
     
  12. alexs

    alexs

    516
    Nov 26, 2009
    A lovely sword. Congrats! Hope you have a great display set up for it.

    It's hard to believe that there used to be people able to use swords that imposing effectively in a battle for an extended period. I get tired just thinking about a sword over 3 lbs., not to mention the damage that gravity, inattention, and a sharp edge can cause on one's pink body when exhaustion sets in.
     
  13. teclis22

    teclis22

    320
    Jun 10, 2009
    holy heck!
    i know what my next special order is !
     
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  14. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
  15. pittsteele

    pittsteele

    Aug 24, 2001
    that is outstanding
     
  16. bric

    bric

    294
    Jun 10, 2011
    Don't do that Danny! The last thing I need is my interest in historical swords rekindled!

    Seriously though, congratulations on an enthusiastic undertaking (getting specs/drawing and having this interpretation/replica made) and a beautiful addition to your collection.
     
  17. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    36" blade, 8" handle.
    I often perform as a german at renn faires in the spring. This will perfect and complete my costume for the forseeable future.
     
  18. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    You don't know the half of it! I followed this sword over the internet as the original collection visited various universities. When it hit Texas Tech, I looked for BF members in the area, asked them to attend the exhibit and take photos of the original for me, which they graciously did!
    It was awesome. But I can get a little obsessed, as you can tell.
     
  19. bric

    bric

    294
    Jun 10, 2011
    Nice! I love it when a plan comes together. I bet this one took at least 6 months to come to fruition!

    :applouse:
     
  20. alexs

    alexs

    516
    Nov 26, 2009
    44" OAL would make this the longest HI sword I have seen so far (usually no more than 36" OAL).

    The link says the weight of the original is 39oz; I wonder how the HI sword will compare... Either way, the 'Prince' outdid himself on this one.
     

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