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Ottoman kilij sword with rhino horn grips, silver-gilt mounts with marks, Reign Of Mahmud II (1223-1255 A.H. Corresponding To 1808-39 A.D.)

Ottoman kilij sword with rhino horn grips, silver-gilt mounts with marks, Reign Of Mahmud II A. Corresponding To A.

Ottoman karabala, 17th century, greenish ray skin scabbard and four butterfly shaped gilded silver mounts studded with 53 turquoise stones and 11 engraved bloodstone plaques, maker’s mark on the blade in form of round punches, gilded silver cross guard, pommel and ray skin covered grip decorated with the scabbard. Madonna with Baby Jesus on the cross guard cartouche, quillons with 4 engraved pentagonal cartouches, pommel with 6 engraved carnelian and 1 round stone on the pommel, blade 75 cm.

Ottoman karabala, century, greenish ray skin scabbard and four butterfly…

Kilij with scabbard, blade with finely gilt inscriptions, Ottoman Empire, 19th ct. Guard slightly loose, the gilt ornaments on back of the blade are worn, otherwise with some signs of aging overall in good condition, scabbard damaged. From an old South German private collection.

Kilij with scabbard, blade with finely gilt inscriptions, Ottoman Empire,

Sabres with karabela hilt, late 17th century or around 1700, Ottoman Empire or Polish, Museum Hessen Kassel.

Sabres with karabela hilt, late century or around Ottoman Empire or Polish, Museum Hessen Kassel.

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Kiliç Sword.  Dated: 17th century . Culture: Ottoman (Turkish). | Copyright © 2015 Tom’s Arsenal

Kiliç Sword. Dated: 17th century . Culture: Ottoman (Turkish). | Copyright © 2015 Tom’s Arsenal

"Directoire" Hussar Officer Sword.      Dated: circa 1795-1800.     Culture: French.

"Directoire" Hussar Officer Sword, French, from circa

Ottoman kalij, the damascus steel blade is Persian and inscribed in gold:Amal-e Assadollah (The work of Assadollah) and the other Bande-ye Shah Velayat Abbas (The servant/representative of the king of the country [referring to Imam Ali] Abbas, the handle is most probably of rhino horn slabs, crossguard is typical Ottoman and made of brass, 18th century or earlier blade, mounts 18th to 19th century.

Ottoman kalij, the damascus steel blade is Persian and inscribed in gold:Amal-e…

A Turkish Silver-Gilt Mounted Kilij. Turkish Silver Marks, Reign Of Mahmud II (1223-1255 A.H. Corresponding To 1808-39 A.D.)

A Turkish Silver-Gilt Mounted Kilij. Turkish Silver Marks, Reign Of Mahmud II…

The short version of the Ottoman kilij sometimes known as ''pala'', with deeply curved wide blade and ‘T’ spine, used from the early 17 C. for more than 300 years well into the 20th C. The hilt of classical form is made of brass cross guard and horn grips with bulbous pommel and brass grip strap. The original wood scabbard is covered with leather, mounted with chased brass locket and chape. length 32.09 INCHES (81.5cm), blade 26.77 INCHES (68cm), length with scabbard 33.86 INCHES (86cm).

The short version of the Ottoman kilij sometimes known as ''pala'', with deeply…

Kilij

Kilij

The short version of the Ottoman kilij sometimes known as ''pala'', with deeply curved wide blade and ‘T’ spine, used from the early 17 C. for more than 300 years well into the 20th C, T-section spine blade extending to the yelman, decorated in gold overlay with panels of arabesques and three panels of inscriptions. Brass guard engraved with a tendril. Grip scales of translucent brown horn. Leather-covered scabbard, the long brass mounts engraved with florals. 27 inch. 18th to 19th century.

The short version of the Ottoman kilij sometimes known as ''pala'', with deeply curved wide blade and ‘T’ spine.

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