Kukri Wooden Swords

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Kukri Wooden Swords

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For the shields and swords, Nestwood uses a combination of acrylic paint, leather for the handles, and a protective coating of polyurethane to preserve the paint. Each is drawn and hand painted. No two are the same, and likely colors will not be repeated. Each is made locally in Rangely by the devoted parents of a 7 year old and are inspired by a variety of medieval and fantasy sources. 

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Nestwood's Jasmine, and her husband, Nic, created these based off a weapon that Nic had a fondness for, the Kukri. The Kukri is a Nepalese knife with an inwardly curved blade and is used as a tool as well as a weapon. The inspiration for these toys came from these real life tools and are great for kids who don't want too long of a sword but want something that has that satisfying thwack on a rock.