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Indian katar (push dagger), 17th to 18th century. Steel blade chisled in high relief. The hilt is completely covered with an arabesque decoration, floral motifs and gold koftgari Japanese pagodas.Rare pierced iron scabbard with engraved and silver incrusted foliage. Contrasting with the silver there are two gold incrusted birds at the centre of the composition. Full Length: 39, 5 cm; Blade Length: 22, 5 cm http://www.caravanacollection.com/

Indian katar (push dagger), 17th to 18th century. Steel blade chisled in high relief. The hilt is completely covered with an arabesque decoration, floral motifs and gold koftgari Japanese pagodas.Rare pierced iron scabbard with engraved and silver incrusted foliage. Contrasting with the silver there are two gold incrusted birds at the centre of the composition. Full Length: 39, 5 cm; Blade Length: 22, 5 cm http://www.caravanacollection.com/

Ottoman kilij (saber), 19th century. The blade is signed by its maker, Acem Oglu. The Arabic inscriptions decorating it include: "Oh from the gentle God whose gentleness is without end, You are the Powerful, we will love You in Your palace on the day of judgement." The foliate ornament on the guard and scabbard mounts shows the strong influence of European design in Turkish art of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Ottoman kilij (saber), 19th century. The blade is signed by its maker, Acem Oglu. The Arabic inscriptions decorating it include: "Oh from the gentle God whose gentleness is without end, You are the Powerful, we will love You in Your palace on the day of judgement." The foliate ornament on the guard and scabbard mounts shows the strong influence of European design in Turkish art of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Bracelet with hidden knife<< I bet the knife would be really flimsy and bendable, basically not good at performing it's intended purpose, stabbing stuff

Bracelet with hidden knife<< I bet the knife would be really flimsy and bendable, basically not good at performing it's intended purpose, stabbing stuff

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