Two K. B. Thakuri kukris?

I was recently loaned a kukri which I am certain is related to the K. B. Thakuri & Sons kukri which I posted about here.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris?  One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris? One definite, one possible.

If these weren’t made in the same workshop, they were made on the same street or in workshops with a shared cultural background. The second blade isn’t stamped with the Thakuri name, but it certainly qualifies.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris?  One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris? One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris?  One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris? One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris?  One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris? One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris?  One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris? One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris?  One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris? One definite, one possible.

K. B. Thakuri stamp on kukri blade

K. B. Thakuri stamp on kukri blade

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris?  One definite, one possible.

Two K. B. Thakuri kukris? One definite, one possible.

Another Thakuri kukri.  Photo by kind permission of IKRHS contributor Berkley.

Another Thakuri kukri. Photo by kind permission of IKRHS contributor Berkley.

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About Nigel

Retired law firm project manager based in Jersey, British Channel Islands. When he isn't shooting clay pigeons, he's polishing his collection of kukris or digging his vegetable patch.
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