Bring the mystery and magic of ancient Egypt to your rituals with this curved kris-style dagger. The hilt showcases a winged scarab and goddess figure, while the matching scabbard is adorned with intricate hieroglyphs.
This knife is well-crafted and pleasingly heavy to hold. Truly a unique and beautiful addition to your altar or knife collection!
Please note that this knife is intended for ceremonial, costume, or decorative use. It has no cutting edge.
Materials: Stainless steel, pewter handle
Overall dimensions: 13 in x 4.25 in (widest point)
Blade dimensions: 8 in x .6 in (widest point)
Total weight: Approx. 13.4 oz
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About the Athame
An athame is a ritual knife used in Wiccan and other Pagan or magickal traditions. It may be used symbolically in a ritual, or to direct energy, or both. Traditionally, an athame is a purely magickal tool—it is never used for mundane tasks, for violence, or for cutting physical objects at all.
The athame represents the active energy of Fire (or Air, depending on the exact tradition). It acts as a conduit for the will of the user, and much like a wand, can focus and direct energy toward a specific task. You can use your athame to draw a boundary (as in circle casting), cut energetic cords, or charge objects with energy.
On a Wiccan altar, the athame stands for the masculine principle of the Divine, and the chalice represents the feminine. When brought together they, represent the God and Goddess in their union.
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Can the Egyptian Athame with Scabbard be sharpened?
It might be possible to sharpen it by hand with a whetstone or knife steel, but it probably wouldn't be easy due to the curved shape of the blade. It won't work with conventional (straight-blade) knife sharpeners.