''The Battle Of Chunuk Bair'' Replica Knife

The Battle Of Chunuk Bair Replica Knife

Honour an important part of your heritage with The Battle Of Chunuk Bair Replica Knife, available exclusively from The Bradford Exchange.

Measures 28cm H

P&H: $9.99

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8th August, 1915. The loss of life on both sides was extraordinary during the battle of Chunuk Bair, but the courage of those diggers wrote a proud new chapter in the Gallipoli story. Over one hundred years after that fateful day, the spirit of Gallipoli continues to define us. Now you can honour an important part of your heritage with a unique first-ever replica retelling an important chapter in the Gallipoli story

This hand-crafted replica knife showcases the highly-prized art of Robert Todonai, recreated in exacting detail on a fine porcelain blade. Todonai takes you to Gallipoli to witness first hand the day that would change our nations forever.

The art is rich in emotion, portraying our Anzacs preparing to make the charge on Anzac Cove. From there the story of Gallipoli unfolds chapter by dramatic chapter, this issue honours the men and the events which gave rise to the legend of Gallipoli. Accentuating the poignancy of the art, this replica features a wood-toned handle and a highly-detailed Anzac insignia with the pivotal date of each event emblazoned in shimmering gold. The Spirit of Gallipoli will forever remind you of the debt owed to our Gallipoli heroes. Strong demand is expected for this first-ever Gallipoli replica. Order your 'The Landing' Replica Knife today!

This exclusive 'The Battle Of Chunuk Bair' Replica Knife from The Bradford Exchange features:

  • ''The Battle Of Chunuk Bair Replica'' features newly commissioned art by acclaimed artist Robert Todonai
  • The hard-fired porcelain blade is adorned with riveting full colour portraits rich in emotion, taking you back to Anzac Cove where the Gallipoli spirit began
  • The hand-painted wood-toned handles feature a highly-detailed Anzac insignia together with pivotal date emblazoned in shimmering gold
  • FREE Heritage Booklet describes the event depicted on the knife in fascinating detail. Robert Todonai also gives a personal insight into the creation of each artwork, augmented with his pre-production sketches. This offers the collector a privileged look into the creative process of this award-winning, internationally-exhibited Master
  • Individually hand-numbered with matching Certificate of Authenticity
  • This issue is ready to hang or display in your home
  • Limited to 45 casting days
  • Replica measures an impressive 28cm in length
  • Dull-edged replica knife is for decorative use only; not for use as a toy or weapon.