Nepalese village kukri, early to mid 20th century. Traditional scabbard with buttons for carry
in waist sash (buttons loose, need to be reattached). Leather covering of the scabbard is most
likely goatskin rather than the traditional water buffalo. Unusual brown horn handle, steel
bolster and buttplate. Crudely forged but heavy and serviceable wood-handled karda and
chakmak companion knives.
blade: 12 1/4"
maximum blade width: 1 7/8"
bolster and grip: 3 7/8"
weight (kukri): 11.2 oz
weight (set): 15.0 oz