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Kara-Taban Tulwar Place of Origin: India Date: 1874 AD

Kara-Taban Tulwar Place of Origin: India Date: 1874 AD

An important and beautiful shamshir,    provenance:	 	India Moghul dating:	 	 second quarter of the 18th Century

An important and beautiful shamshir, provenance: India Moghul dating: second quarter of the Century

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Metallic Sculpture : Indian katar (push dagger) century robust two-wire straight Damascus stee

Tulwar Sword. Dated: 18th-19th century. Culture: Indian. Medium: gold with inlay and velvet case.  | Copyright © 2015 The Cleveland Museum of Art

Tulwar Sword (c. Century CE Indian Weapon, India) The Cleveland Museum of Art)

This rare and unusual palm weapon (vajra-mushti) is Indian, late 17 C., probably Central or South India. In a way it is a combination of a knuckle duster and a Bagh – Nakh Indian concealed weapon. It is held in the palm like a knuckle duster and has to long spikes of twisted steel extending to both sides. Beautiful work in steel. Length 19 inches.

This rare and unusual palm weapon (vajra-mushti) is Indian, late 17 C. It is held in the palm like a knuckle duster.

Indian Khanda, 19th century, very large and impressive sword measures 102cms long and has a blade length of 77cms. The early basket hilt supports a very heavy and broad blade of 19th century manufacture. The early hilt retains parts of its original silver koftgari, the blade is excellent quality, heavy and sharp. It has multiple fullers, decorative aspects shaped in to the blade and a broad single cutting edge with a partial back edge.

Indian Khanda, 19th century, very large and impressive sword measures 102cms long and has a blade length of 77cms. The early basket hilt supports a very heavy and broad blade of 19th century manufacture. The early hilt retains parts of its original silver koftgari, the blade is excellent quality, heavy and sharp. It has multiple fullers, decorative aspects shaped in to the blade and a broad single cutting edge with a partial back edge.

Swept Hilted Rapier      Maker: Louis Martine de Moreno     Dated: 16th century     Culture: Spanish     Measurements: overall length 125 cm

Swept Hilted Rapier Maker: Louis Martine de Moreno Dated: century Culture: Spanish Measurements: overall length 125 cm

Bhuj Katti Place of Origin: India Date: 19thC. I'm not into weapons at all.. But wow!

Bhuj Katti Place of Origin: India Date: Century The weapon design is rather intriguing; the utilization of the weapon is unique due to the long handle and short blade. I also appreciate the precision and intricacy of detail.

Indian tulwar, Mughal Period (1526-1858), gold, wood, velvet, watered steel blade, engravings covered in gold with two inscriptions on the back of the forte. On the back it shows a chhatari or sun-shade, a symbol of the monarch, inscribed (owner) Kol-e Ahmad and dated 1211 (AH 1211 – 1796 CE). Delhi-Shahi style hilt, engraved iron and incrusted with gold, decorated with fronds arranged in panels which accompany the several elements which make up the hilt. http://www.caravanacollection.com/

Indian tulwar, Mughal Period (1526-1858), gold, wood, velvet, watered steel blade, engravings covered in gold with two inscriptions on the back of the forte. On the back it shows a chhatari or sun-shade, a symbol of the monarch, inscribed (owner) Kol-e Ahmad and dated 1211 (AH 1211 – 1796 CE). Delhi-Shahi style hilt, engraved iron and incrusted with gold, decorated with fronds arranged in panels which accompany the several elements which make up the hilt. http://www.caravanacollection.com/

Indian tulwar, 19th century, North India, probably Rajasthan or Gujerat, crystalline wootz steel blade with a pronounced yelmen. The hardened cutting edge has been fused (scarf welded) to a softer, more flexible heel (a common practice in Indian swords), silver koftagri decorated hilt, red velvet covered scabbard. akaalarms.com/

Indian tulwar, century, North India, probably Rajasthan or Gujerat…

Indian khanda, ca 1800. The khanda (from Sanskrit खड्ग khaḍga) is a South Asian double-edge straight sword. The blade is usually broad and quite heavy & broadens from the hilt to the tip. The blade transforms into tip rather abruptly. The hilt has a small metal spike. The khanda & related straight swords are generally used in Indian theater & art to represent the weapons of the ancient period of Indian history.

Indian khanda, ca The khanda (from Sanskrit खड्ग khaḍga) is a South Asian…

Ottoman yatagan / yataghan, 19th century, watered-steel single-edged slightly curved blade with single fuller, the chappe with cusped cartouche containing elegant arabesque, the interstices with small leaf-motifs, one side of the blade with cusped cartouche issuing palmette and containing later owner's inscription, Sahib Kuchak Husni Agha, with possibly associated silver hilt of typical form engraved with floral motifs, the silver scabbard elegantly worked in repoussé, 31½in. (80cm.) long.

Ottoman yatagan / yataghan, century, watered-steel single-edged slightly…

A beautiful storta:  provenance:	 	North Italy dating:	 	16th Century

hilt adorned blade cutlass rapier sword A beautiful storta: provenance: North Italy dating: Century

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