Viper Mathusalem Damascus Steel, the Mona Lisa and the Veil of Sabre Manufacturing has existed during biblical times particularly the name itself which is the capital city of Syria. This is characterized by a distinctive blade patterns by the process of banding and mottling reminiscent of flowing water. It is known to be the toughest blade ever made which is resistant to shattering during battle. In fact, according to many historians, it has its resilient edge, whereas even with strong force of impact, the blade sturdy and remains is sharpness.
There are some authentic Damascus blades which were manufactured somewhere in the near east of India where the blades were imported. There are also a few founded from Sri Lanka. According to historians, the Arabs introduced the blade to Indian wootz steel to Damascus which were effective and irrefutable weapon from the third up to the 17th century.
Until these days, this blade is unarguable, the undisputed saber ever made. The origin o the process how the blade was made is still unknown. In fact, there are modern attempts of Damascus blade replicas but somehow, because of the differences of materials sued, rediscovering the process is still unknown. There are many legends connected to this kind of blade. All in all, it is certain that the blade is made from the materials found in the table of elements.
Most of the modern blacksmiths believe that the blade produced closely enough to the welding technique that we all know today. Until these days, production is pretty much rare because of the process, materials used and the techniques to closely duplicate the original Damascus blade. Today, you can find the Viper Methusalem Damascus Steel not for thrusting but for champagne sabering. Call them crazy, but most of the champagne sabre enthusiast are willing to spend over than ￡600 just to have this rare product.
The Viper Methuselah Damascus Steel is made from Damascus steel and the handle is made from cocobolo wood. This one of a kind champagne sabre has also a beautiful pattern crafted from the small town of Maniago North East of Italy. If money is not an object, then you better get one for you since it is a limited edition with only 200 Damascus steel blade left from the market. Aside from the sabre, a high quality wooden box is also included.
Due to its toughness, the steel could not be engraved even with the use of laser technology. That’s how tough this blade is. But, it does not necessarily mean that it would spoil your personal touch, you can still do so to the wooden box. Oh, by the way, there are some researched based from the x-rays, whereas, they found materials like carbon nanotubes and cementite nanowires which are the result of the forging. This may put Thor’s hammer into shame.
So, what are you waiting for? Grab an authentic Methuselah Viper Damascus Steel Champagne sabre today to be one of the few that keeps the king of the blade to their very own household as collection.