The Serpent Haladie is inspired by The Nagas which is a class of deity in Indo-Persia. They are seen as a sign of great fortune. Hand forged from a high carbon farriers rasp to mimic a serpent's scale (Both soft on the bottom and more defined scales on the back), the blade is shaped on each side to have an edge on both ends and sides of the blade. The high carbon steel gives incredible edge retention. Both blades are a hybrid between a karambit and a Persian fighter.
The handle is made from a rainburl and resin block with a glow in the dark compound in between. It is shaped to fit the hand perfectly.