The original Yemeni dagger
An old Yemeni dagger called Toza or Thomah. Its origin goes back to folk customs and traditions and is one of the ancient Yemeni civilizations. The handle of the tuzah is made of giraffes and decorated with copper letters. The blade of the dagger is made of reinforced iron Sheath type of natural leather covered with copper embossed curved shape, Old hand craft. This type was worn by judges and imams throughout history and some men still wear it today. As a symbol of men and a symbol of heritage and social status, This type is also used as a masterpiece and a symbol of civilization.