Sword and sheath. Long knife or short sword. Narrow, single edged blade, broadening and curved towards the point, hafted into a cylindrical wooden hilt. The hilt decorated in three parts: near the blade the hilt is wrapped with a wide strip of brass that is bound with a narrow strip of brass with punched decoration at each end; in the centre a metal tube that is lacquered red; at the hilt end there is a long brass tube closed at the end by a brass disc, with the appearance of a shell case.
Long rectangular shaped sheath, made of two pieces of wood, forming a circular section at the hilt end and flattening towards the tip, bound at the top and bottom with broad brass metal bands, the lower band with a row of punched dots, and bound at regular intervals in between with three narrow brass strips with punched decoration, with two similar narrow strips over the top brass band and one over the bottom brass band at the end. The wooden sheath is lacquered alternately red and black between the narrow brass strips.