Here is what A.N. Kulinsky in the book “Russian cold weapons of the XVIII-XX centuries.”:
“Blade of steel, of slight curvature, single-blade, with one wide dale. The combat end is two-blade. Ephesus consists of a handle with a head and brass guard. The handle is wooden, with longitudinal inclined grooves. At the top of the handle is a curly brass sleeve, and on top of it is an oval convex head. At the bottom of the handle is a brass bushing. The guard is formed by the front handle, extending from the top of the handle and smoothly passing into the cross. The end of the cross has a hole, is slightly bent down and rounded. ”
Our version is stylized. The handle is wrapped in leather. The blade has no dol. The guard is steel and is slightly different in appearance.