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Indian steel mace 17-18th century konradsherlock.com antique eastern arms and armour

Indian steel mace 17-18th century konradsherlock.com antique eastern arms and armour

Indian gurz (round headed mace), 18th to 19th century, forged entirely of steel, the spherical head thickly set with quadrangular spikes and a long top-spike. The haft with faceted ferrule and bands of silver inlay decoration in vegetal motifs to the center and grip sections, overall length 77 cm.

Indian gurz (round headed mace), to century, forged entirely of steel…

Indian (sind) armor late 18th–early 19th century. Steel, brass. Helmet, shirt, trousers, dastana (arm guards), boots. This distinctive armor, constructed of mail and steel plates decorated with embossed brass plaques, is thought to come from Sind, now a province of Southern Pakistan. The region was ruled by Mirs of the Talpur family from 1783 until 1843, when it was taken over by the British. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Armadura - India (Sind) - C 1800 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Persian mace, 16th century, possibly steel, gold. L. 25 in. (63.5 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Persian mace, century, possibly steel, gold. Length 25 in.

Indian (North) pesh kabz, 17th century, wootz steel blade, gold, ivory (walrus), H. 15 1/8 in. (38.4 cm); H. of blade 10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm); W. 3 in. (7.6 cm); Wt. 19.7 oz. (558.5 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935. [ Swordnarmory.com ] #armaments #weapons #swords

Wootz Steel Pesh Kabz Century CE North India) Bequest of George C.

Indian (Mughal) tabar (axe) in the form of an ibex and tiger,18th century, the steel crescent shaped blade emanating from a tiger and terminating in an ibex head with fine damascened decoration, the gilt handle with pierced and incised floral design 66cm. length.

Indian (Mughal) tabar (axe) in the form of an ibex and century, the steel crescent shaped blade emanating from a tiger and terminating in an ibex head with fine damascened decoration, the gilt handle with pierced and incised floral design length.

Ottoman kilij, 17th century, damascus steel, nephrite, gold, L. 38 in. (96.5 cm); L. of blade 32 3/4 in. (83.2 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, rippling pattern green nephrite grip that echoes the crucible, or "watered," steel of the blade. Arabic blade inscriptions, one verse praising the infinite gentleness and power of God and another verse referring to the sword called "dhu'l-faqar" (one of Muhammads swords, widely regarded as a symbol of spiritual and political…

Similar swords were also used in Transylvania around the time of Vlad the Impaler.

Ottoman jambiya, 18th century, steel, jade, gold, velvet, gemstone, H. with sheath 20 in. (50.8 cm); H. without sheath 18 1/2 in. (47 cm); H. of blade 13 1/4 in. (33.7 cm); W. 3 1/8 in. (7.9 cm); D. 15/16 in. (2.4 cm); Wt. 15.2 oz. (430.9 g); Wt. of sheath 4.6 oz (130.4 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Ottoman jambiya, 18th century, steel, jade, gold, velvet, gemstone, H. with sheath 20 in. (50.8 cm); H. without sheath 18 1/2 in. (47 cm); H. of blade 13 1/4 in. (33.7 cm); W. 3 1/8 in. (7.9 cm); D. 15/16 in. (2.4 cm); Wt. 15.2 oz. (430.9 g); Wt. of sheath 4.6 oz (130.4 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

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Ryan's Kilij - Ottoman kilij with Scabbard. Blade dated A. mountings, century, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A very important shamshir with serrated blade Persia, mid-18th Century

A very important shamshir with serrated blade Persia, Century

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