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Indian tegha executioners sword, late 18th to 19th century, characteristic very broad blade double-edged for its upper third, chiselled with four long panels, an architectural framework filled with exotic beasts and encrusted with brass deities in low relief on each side, iron hilt of talwar form, including recurved knuckle-guard with serpent head finial, and decorated over its surface with silver flowers, 74.5 cm; 29 3/8 in blade.

Indian tegha executioners sword, late to century, characteristic very broad blade double-edged for its upper third, chiselled with four long panels, an architectural framework filled with exotic beasts and encrusted with brass deities in low rel

Indian tegha back sword, 18th century. 26 1/2" blade, 2 7/8" width at the widest, thick "armor piercing" point. Overlaid in brass scenes of Krishna flanked by gopis. Four oval panels above. Three with copper and brass detailed deities and the lower with calligraphy. Additional panels with flower heads and foliage. Large iron hilt with delicately pierced langets, chiseled overall with flower buds. Showing the perfunctory craftsmanship characteristic for these.

Indian tegha back sword, century. 26 blade, 2 width at the widest, thick "armor piercing" point. Overlaid in brass scenes of Krishna flanked by gopis. Four oval panels above. Three with copper and brass detailed deities and the lower with c

AN IVORY-HILTED DAGGER (PESHKABZ) WITH SILVER-MOUNTED SCABBARD, INDIA, 18TH-19TH CENTURY.

An ivory-hilted daggar (PESHKABZ) with silver-mounted scabbard, India, century

Afghanistan pulwar sword, 18th century, the hilt is characterized by two quillons which are short and turned to point in the direction of the blade. Blade is inlaid with brass wire, the copper dot pattern is drilled clear through the blade.

Afghanistan pulwar sword, century, the hilt is characterized by two quillons which are short and turned to point in the direction of the blade. Blade is inlaid with brass wire, the copper dot pattern is drilled clear through the blade.

Indian Tegha Sword  Dated: second half of the 19th century Measurements: overall length 70 cm, blade 59.3 cm An Indian Tegha sword of massive proportions featuring an iron hilt with disk pommel and waisted grip. The exceptionally broad blade comes with a pronounced T-back and chiseled overall with Hindu gods, animals and vegetation sprays. The spine features chiseled Devanagari inscription.

Indian Tegha Sword Dated: second half of the century Measurements…

Indian shamshir, early 19th century, steel, ivory, enamel, gold, wood, silver, L. 38 3/4 in. (98.43 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Shamshir (Early Century CE India) Bequest of George C.

A FINE STEEL PUSH DAGGER (KATAR) WITH A CURVED BLADE -  NORTH OR CENTRAL INDIA, 18TH CENTURY.

North or Central India.

India/ Afghanistan pulwar sword, 17th to 18th century, a tulwar variant, they always display a short guard, curved in the direction of the blade, and a hemispheric pommel without a counter guard. Watered steel blade, slightly wave double edged, cartouche near the hilt, steel hilt with a spherical pommel covered in an engraved web motif and geometrical patterns. swan head on the pommel, also engraved.

India/ Afghanistan pulwar sword, to century, a tulwar variant, they…

A massive Indian shishpar (flanged mace), late 18th/early 19th century. The head composed of seven spirally-mounted blade-like flanges below an ovoid finial. Hollow iron haft with integral semi-basket hilt, the broad guard chased with scroll work, the domed pommel with long, pointed finial.

A massive Indian shishpar (flanged mace), late century.

Afghanistan pulwar with characteristic downturned quillons, 19th century.

Afghanistan pulwar with characteristic downturned quillons, century.

Espada tipo khanda - India - C   1800

A rare khanda India, circa 1800 Straight, single -and false-edged damask blade…

Indian katar, from Thanjavur (formerly Tanjore) in South India, 16th century, triple European blades. Dimensions: L. 21 1/8 in. (53.7 cm); W. 3 3/16 in. (8.1 cm); Wt. 23.9 oz. (677.6 g), Met Museum. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935. #5

The Faeclaws, weapons forged by a Smithy of Struggle, an elf long ago dedicated to the Sylvan of Struggle, who wanted to even battle against the Fae

Indian ankus (elephant goad), Nayaka period, probably early 17th century, 70.14 cm (27 5/8 in.). Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Indian ankus (elephant goad), Nayaka period, probably early century, cm in. Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

A WATERED STEEL SWORD (SHAMSHIR) -  QAJAR IRAN, FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY

A century watered steel sword, Qajar Iran

A very rare kilic of the cossacks Leib-Garde Rgt., Russia removable angled pommel with monogram of (Nicholas II) 1907-1917.

A very rare kilic of the cossacks Leib-Garde Rgt., Russia removable angled pommel with monogram of (Nicholas II)

Indian tegha sword.

Indian tegha sword.

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