A dagger inspired by a navy sword wz.24
This is another dagger made in my workshop, inspired by the interwar officer's sword pattern. 24
Officer's sword pattern. 24 was one of the Polish swords used by Polish Army officers in the interwar period. Here is some information about the sword:
Sword wz. 24 was the standard officer's sword used in the Polish Army from 1924 to 1939. It was worn by officers on their uniforms in ceremonies and celebrations.
Sword wz. 24 had a total length of approximately 38 cm, of which the blade was approximately 24 cm.
Sword wz. 24 was worn on the right side, attached to the belt using a special holder with a buckle.
Sword wz. 24 was an element of military tradition and symbolized officer status. It was also a practical tool that officers could use for various activities, such as opening envelopes or cutting ropes.
This piece is made of Damascus steel with a feather pattern. The handle is made of antler. The scabbard is made of black oak with Damascus fittings. the whole thing is enclosed in a stylish box made of one piece of black oak.