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kara-kulak / ak-kulak, a traditional Balkan form of knife, which is similar in outlines to the yataghan. Literally, the name in Turkish means "black ears" / "white ears", respectively. This name is not connected to the construction, dimensions and so by any means, but is connected only to the material, from which the scales are made (usually, this is black buffalo horn or white bone).

kara-kulak / ak-kulak, a traditional Balkan form of knife, which is similar in outlines to the yataghan. Literally, the name in Turkish means "black ears" / "white ears", respectively. This name is not connected to the construction, dimensions and so by any means, but is connected only to the material, from which the scales are made (usually, this is black buffalo horn or white bone).

How to make a Brigandine by TheHolyWenzel.deviantart.com on @deviantART

How to make a Brigandine by TheHolyWenzel.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Persian wootz spear head, just under 53cms long including the socket. The blade length is 30cms. The faceted socket and base of the spear blade are embellished in gold Koftgari with most of the gold still present. The blade shows a very clear wootz pattern to all surfaces. There is a very fine pronounced medial ridge running through from the base to the thickened armour piercing tip.

Persian wootz spear head, just under 53cms long including the socket. The blade length is 30cms. The faceted socket and base of the spear blade are embellished in gold Koftgari with most of the gold still present. The blade shows a very clear wootz pattern to all surfaces. There is a very fine pronounced medial ridge running through from the base to the thickened armour piercing tip.

Abbasid sword Swords and Weapons in the Topkapi Museum, Istanbul (early). ?Topkapi Museum, Egypt

Abbasid sword Swords and Weapons in the Topkapi Museum, Istanbul (early). ?Topkapi Museum, Egypt

Prussian heavy cavalry sabre, chemically browned steel guard and scabbard, 1850's. P1796 British light cavalry sabre, simple steel "stirrup" guard, heavy curved blade. Replica Blissett "improved revolving pistol" or pepperbox.

Prussian heavy cavalry sabre, chemically browned steel guard and scabbard, 1850's. P1796 British light cavalry sabre, simple steel "stirrup" guard, heavy curved blade. Replica Blissett "improved revolving pistol" or pepperbox.

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