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Relateret billede

Relateret billede

Displaying amazing artistry, this Turkish cane is crafted entirely of metal and enveloped in intricate niello metalwork. Unquestionably an instrument of self-defense, this cane conceals a nearly eight-inch dagger. The handle with growling feline can easily be used as a bludgeon, while the pointed ferrule doubles as a spear.

Displaying amazing artistry, this Turkish cane is crafted entirely of metal and enveloped in intricate niello metalwork. Unquestionably an instrument of self-defense, this cane conceals a nearly eight-inch dagger. The handle with growling feline can easily be used as a bludgeon, while the pointed ferrule doubles as a spear.

Welcome to the Official Web Site of Burger Sword Canes-Walking Sticks - Stiletto Cane

Welcome to the Official Web Site of Burger Sword Canes-Walking Sticks - Stiletto Cane

The Gamemakers apparently liked the sound of a rapier. Hazel tripped over it when she was gathering berries, it was well-hidden in the leaves. It fits her hand perfectly!

The Gamemakers apparently liked the sound of a rapier. Hazel tripped over it when she was gathering berries, it was well-hidden in the leaves. It fits her hand perfectly!

Peshkabz Dagger - Dated: circa 18th century - Culture: Indian - Medium: steel, gold, jade, rubies, diamonds, emeralds, and velvet covered wood - Measurements: 44.7 x 7.5 x 3.0 cm (whole object) - Acquirer(s): King Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom (1841-1910) - Provenance: presented to King Edward VII, when Prince of Wales, during his tour of India in 1875-76 by Shivaji V Chhatrapati Narayana Rao, Raja of Kolhapur

Peshkabz Dagger - Dated: circa 18th century - Culture: Indian - Medium: steel, gold, jade, rubies, diamonds, emeralds, and velvet covered wood - Measurements: 44.7 x 7.5 x 3.0 cm (whole object) - Acquirer(s): King Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom (1841-1910) - Provenance: presented to King Edward VII, when Prince of Wales, during his tour of India in 1875-76 by Shivaji V Chhatrapati Narayana Rao, Raja of Kolhapur

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