A range of samurai swords where only 1 piece was made. When sold it's gone forever...

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1.750,00

This Dragon katana with Tamahagane blade is the closest we can offer to a Japanese Nihonto.

  • tamahagane steel
  • imported japanese fittings
  • imported japanese ito & sageo
  • high grade polish
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1.750,00

This Ereganto katana with Tamahagane blade is the closest we can offer to a Japanese Nihonto.

  • tamahagane steel
  • imported japanese fittings
  • imported japanese ito & sageo
  • high grade polish
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1.875,00

This Ryusui katana with Tamahagane blade is about the closest we can offer (at this price point) to a Japanese Nihonto.

  • tamahagane steel
  • wave themed fittings
  • nice balance
  • high grade polish
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1.275,00

This is the first monsteel katana from Zhui Feng that we received with a stone polish and not to brag but it’s impressive‚Ķ .

  • T10 steel
  • beautiful hamon
  • handpolished
  • cotton
  • high quality fittings
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395,00

The base of this sword is the Practical Plus katana, a good sword to start with and this customized piece does give you something 'extra'

  • high carbon steel
  • differential hardening
  • iron fittings
  • brown ito & black samé
  • good for light cutting
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1.350,00

Another Custom made beauty ! A folded sword from the Zhui Feng forge with a traditional stone polish and high quality fittings

  • forged & folded steel
  • traditional stone polish
  • Japanese imported fittings
  • high quality leather wrap
  • suitable for tameshigiri
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395,00

Another customized Practical Plus Katana from Paul Chen's hanwei forge. This unique piece feature black rayskin and cotton ito

  • forged steel
  • real hamon
  • polished iron fittings
  • black ito & samé
  • good for light cutting
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615,00

This is a T10 steel katana, made by Fred Chen's Huanuo forge and and ideal sword for tameshigiri

  • forged T10 steel
  • real hamonline
  • polished iron fittings
  • purple cotton ito
  • no hi
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530,00

A custom forged katana made by Fred Chen's Huanuo forge. This sword is an excellent katana if you're looking for a good cutter

  • 1060 steel
  • through hardened
  • iron fittings
  • unique piece
  • great for tameshigiri
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447,00

A handforged 1070 high carbon steel Japanese katana made by the Zhui Feng Forge. Fuchi & kashira and tsuba with a Bamboo theme.

  • forged 1070 steel
  • real hamonline
  • copper fittings
  • good for cutting
  • nice balance
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687,00

This customized Japanese Sword from the Huanuo Forge is made of 1095 high carbon steel. It has a new tsuba, polished fittings and habaki..

  • forged 1095 steel
  • real hamon
  • iron fittings
  • suitable for tameshigiri
  • no hi
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350,00

Another Zhui Feng katana here. We started to import these katanas because of the excellent performance of these swords during cutting tests.

  • forged 1070 steel
  • differentional hardening
  • copper fittings
  • suitable for cutting excersices
  • musashi theme
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349,00

This 'battle ready' Konron katana was the first model we made with them and it made us decide to get some standard series as well

  • real hamonline
  • forged 1070 steel
  • copper fittings
  • suitable for tameshigiri
  • excellent performance

Customers about us :

 Charlier, Loïc
I'm no expert on the matter, but this katana seems very well built and it's exactly what I wanted. I'm thrilled! Thank you Dave for all your services... 

 

 Dragos Ivan
Best customer service ever!Will purchase again any time soon.
 

 Christophe
The perfect seller!! Good communication, speedy delivery, wonderful item! Highly recommended! Thanks and till next time!
 

Zhui Feng's Limited Samurai Sword

The title speaks for itself, over here you can find a range of swords where only 1 piece was made. Bear in mind that not all pieces here are forged by Zhui Feng but there was no other section on this site where i could present them :)

 

During the year, i do give the forge several assignments to make different kind of try-outs in order to see if there's anything we can put into 'production'. 3 out of 4 times we decide that it won't be suitable or the time/price tag is just not right so we end up with quit some unique pieces.

 

Other times, i like to play around with different configurations and see how far i can go with the forge (read:how good their skills are). Most of the times they can make exactly what i had in mind but everything comes with a price and sometimes it's just a bad idea to get some of them in production from a commercial point of view...we all need to make a living right ?