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Sword, straight single-edged blade, with triple fuller, at the forte a deep star-shaped stamp; iron quillon with langets and straight arms ending in bulb, featuring remains of gold inlays depicting floral motifs; wooden grip with black leather covering, silver plaques nielloed with floral motifs and studs. Wooden scabbard with black leather covering, chape and bands decorated en suite with the quillon, provenance: Georgia, dimensions: length 87,5 cm. dating: 20th Century.

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