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eastlop
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The use of sword knot has a long history dated to ancient times when swords were widely used as the main weapons during war. Back then, they were used to firmly hold the sword at the right place. Today, sword knot have found more use in the society especially during events that require a dressing code that is more ornamental alongside with other decorative pieces of regalia. Its design has too has changed where the use of two straps is now attracting the most use. There are two designs mostly used. Active service knots are featured with plain buff leather strap while the fill dress type comes with many decorations and finished using gold, silver cords and tussle among many ornamental materials that are mounted to suit the intended purpose.

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