Dao Swords

Buying a Sword is proud to offer this fantastic array of Dao swords. The Chinese used the dao through various dynasties and centuries. At Buying a Sword, we carry an excellent variety of Dao swords inspired by the weapons wielded during those centuries of use. The functional daos work great for re-enacting your own battles. The decorative ones look amazing in your home or office space. They make a truly unique accent.  Also, these swords come in a variety of styles and finishes. These Dao swords are sure to appeal to history buffs and weapons enthusiasts. Stop by and browse this awesome selection.

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Black Dao Broadsword

Item # NP-K-5900-BK
Throughout Chinas history, the Dao has proven to be a formidable weapon of choice for warriors of the ancient world. The Black Dao Broadsword brings ancient history into modern times in a piece every Oriental enthusiast will honor!

Red Dao Broadsword

Item # NP-K-5900-RD
The Dao, a sword worthy of those who serve under the Chinese Emperor, vowing to use their blade to protect the lands when the time came. The time has come to bring honor to these ancient warriors by displaying the Red Dao Broadsword!
$87.00 $52.20

Qing Dynasty Dragon Dao

Item # MC-SW-258
One of Chinas four major weapons, the Dao is a sword no practitioner of martial arts should be unfamiliar with. The Qing Dynasty Dragon Dao features a hand-forged Damascus carbon steel blade.

Dragon Head Miao Dao

Item # SD11190
The Miao Dao, or sprout saber, arose in the 20th century, its name referencing the resemblance between the blade shape and a newly sprouted plant. The Dragon Head Miao Dao is a modern adaptation of this Chinese sword.
$587.50 $448.00

Timeless Warrior Dadao

Item # MC-SW-1288
The Chinese warrior moves with deadly grace and brutal strength. Time, place, and cause do not matter. All eyes focus on the ageless warrior. The Timeless Warrior Dadao is a replica sword that honors this inspiring image.

Chinese Pudao

Item # NP-K-531
This Chinese Pudao is inspired by the weapon used by Chinese infantrymen against mounted attacks. These weapons were called horse cutters, due to the ability of their massive blades and long handles to cut down their adversaries.