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AN OTTOMAN GEM-SET JADE-HILTED DAGGER AND LEATHER SCABBARD, TURKEY, CIRCA 1700

AN OTTOMAN GEM-SET JADE-HILTED DAGGER AND LEATHER SCABBARD, TURKEY, CIRCA 1700

Indian dagger, 18th to 19th century, steel, gold, jade, ruby, emerald, topaz, silver, pearl, wood, velvet, H. with sheath 14 3/4 in. (37.5 cm); H. without sheath 13 7/16 in. (34.1 cm); H. of blade 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm); W. 3 3/8 in. (8.6 cm); D. 13/16 in. (2.1 cm); Wt. 10.7 oz. (303.3 g); Wt. of sheath 3.2 oz. (90.7 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Indian dagger, 18th to 19th century, steel, gold, jade, ruby, emerald, topaz, silver, pearl, wood, velvet, H. with sheath 14 3/4 in. (37.5 cm); H. without sheath 13 7/16 in. (34.1 cm); H. of blade 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm); W. 3 3/8 in. (8.6 cm); D. 13/16 in. (2.1 cm); Wt. 10.7 oz. (303.3 g); Wt. of sheath 3.2 oz. (90.7 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

A jade-hilted dagger with gold-inlaid inscribed blade and diamond-set silver scabbard. Ottoman Turkey, circa 18th century

A jade-hilted dagger with gold-inlaid inscribed blade and diamond-set silver scabbard. Ottoman Turkey, circa 18th century

Ottoman dagger, 19th century, steel, gold, jade, diamond, sapphire, ruby, emerald, L. with sheath 17 9/16 in. (44.6 cm); L. without sheath 15 15/16in. (40.5 cm); L. of blade 11 3/16 in. (28.4 cm); W. 2 5/16 in. (5.9 cm); D. 3/4 in. (1.9 cm); Wt. 9.7 oz. (275 g); Wt. of sheath 5.3 oz (150.3 g), Met Museum.

Ottoman dagger, 19th century, steel, gold, jade, diamond, sapphire, ruby, emerald, L. with sheath 17 9/16 in. (44.6 cm); L. without sheath 15 15/16in. (40.5 cm); L. of blade 11 3/16 in. (28.4 cm); W. 2 5/16 in. (5.9 cm); D. 3/4 in. (1.9 cm); Wt. 9.7 oz. (275 g); Wt. of sheath 5.3 oz (150.3 g), Met Museum.

saper-vedere: “ nyctaeus: “ 18th century Indian dagger with sheath, made with steel, shark skin, jade, gold, ruby, emerald, sapphire and silver. In the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. ” I can’t get over this dagger ”

saper-vedere: “ nyctaeus: “ 18th century Indian dagger with sheath, made with steel, shark skin, jade, gold, ruby, emerald, sapphire and silver. In the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. ” I can’t get over this dagger ”

A Mughal-style jade-hilted steel Dagger & A Mughal-style rock crystal Dagger Hilt.  photo Bonhams.  With tapering and slightly curving watered steel blade with a flattened spine, the forte decorated in gold with foliate motifs, the light greenish-beige hilt carved in the form of a ram's head, slightly facetted - 48.2 cm. long

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Indian dagger, 18th century, wootz steel blade, nephrite, gold, rubies, emeralds, silver-gilt, leather, Length 17 in. ( 43.18 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Indian dagger, 18th century, wootz steel blade, nephrite, gold, rubies, emeralds, silver-gilt, leather, Length 17 in. ( 43.18 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

A rare Mughal gem-set jade-hilted dagger (peshkabz), North West India, 17th-18th century. Photo Sotheby's    the tapering curved watered-steel blade with broad flattened back chiselled and overlaid in gold with a pendant palmette, the dark-green jade pistol-grip hilt inlaid with scrolling tendrils of gold issuing floral rosettes, buds and leaves kundun-set with cabochon rubies and cut diamonds, velvet-covered wood scabbard

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Ottoman (Anatolian or Balkan) yatagan / yataghan, dated 1802–3, steel, silver, gold, coral, Length 29 in. (73.66 cm) Length of blade, 23 1/8 in. (58.72 cm), Met Museum. The yatagan was popular throughout the Ottoman Empire. It is distinguished by a single-edged blade that curves slightly inward and by a hilt with no guard and two flared wings at the pommel.

Ottoman (Anatolian or Balkan) yatagan / yataghan, dated 1802–3, steel, silver, gold, coral, Length 29 in. (73.66 cm) Length of blade, 23 1/8 in. (58.72 cm), Met Museum. The yatagan was popular throughout the Ottoman Empire. It is distinguished by a single-edged blade that curves slightly inward and by a hilt with no guard and two flared wings at the pommel.

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