The Miaodao is a Chinese two-handed or of the era, with a narrow blade with a length of 1.2 meters (47 in) or more. The name means “sprout saber”, presumably referring to a likeness between the weapon and a newly sprouted plant. While the Miaodao is a recent weapon, the name has come to be applied to a variety of earlier Chinese long sabers, such as the and. The Miaodao were used by some Chinese troops during the .
The blade is not sharpened
The blade is made of hand forged high Maganese steel that has been tempered, oiled and watered by the traditional way of making swords in Longquan, and the fittings are made from solid brass. The scabbard and handle are made out of solid aged wenge!
Specification: The whole length is 140cm. The length of the blade is 99cm. The length of the handle is 40cm. The overall sword weight without scabbard-1.5kg