Damascus Boabdil Arabic Sword Letter Opener. 24K gold. Overall Length: 29 cms - 11 inches. Moorish (Arabic) sword of the King of Granada.
Abu 'abd-Allah Muhammad XII (born 1460; died 1533), known as Boabdil (a Spanish corruption of the name Abu Abdullah), was the twenty-second and last Nasrid ruler of Granada in Iberia. Boabdil was also called el chico, the little, or el zogoybi, the unfortunate. Son of Abu l-Hasan Ali, king of the taifa of Granada, he was proclaimed king in 1482 in place of his father, who was driven from the land.
Overall Length: 29 cms - 11 inches.
Blade Material: polished stainless steel.
Handle Material: Damascene 24K Yellow Gold and 18K Green Gold plate with a minimum thickness of 4 microns.
A truly MAGNIFICENT piece.
Presentation Box sold separately.