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Indian Firangi     Dated: 18th Century  Measurements: the blade is 34.75 inches long  This sword was most likely made for Royalty. It has a thick gold koftgari floral decoration over the entire hilt. Comes with an unmarked blade. The padding was replaced during the mid-late 19th century.    It has a wired grip of silver and senew mixture.

Indian Firangi Dated: Century Measurements: the blade is inches long…

The Firangi is an Indian weapon used by the Maratha tribes who made them with the blades of the swords that the Portuguese imported from Europe – hence the name "firangi" meaning foreigner – or were produced locally but imitating their characteristics.

Firanghi (detail) from The Caravana Collection, see it at…

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - WALLACE COLLECTION Oriental Room, London UK

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - WALLACE COLLECTION Oriental Room, London UK

A RARE OTTOMAN HORN-HILTED SWORD (YATAGHAN), TURKEY, Dated 1181 AH/1767 AD | lot | Sotheby's

An Ottoman Yataghan dated to 1767 AD with a finely watered steel curved blade with a flat back edge and inscriptions and star motifs along both sides of the blade.

Weapon, Swords, Blade, Gentleness, Damascus Steel, Knives, 17th Century, Civilization, Infinite

An important shamshir. Antique, massive, curved, flat, fine damask, single-edged blade, a cartouche with inscription in Arabic & remains of gilding on a side, gold-inlaid stamps "ARCOTE NOV. 4 1845" in a cartouche & "CIVILIAN" under a horse; gilt-brass hilt, richly engraved with floral motifs, green, ivory grip scales, complete with sword knot in the shape of a green-&-gold cone.    dating: circa 1800;  dimensions: 88 cm.;  provenance: Persia

Specifically pinning because I love the green and gold/brass hilt furniture.

Indo-persian dagger, damascus steel blade split into 3 diamond profile prongs, each following an yataghan-style curve, with points. An inlaid gold border is present at the base of the blade, with the grip virtually covered in gold floral designs, with an unknown symbol in the center of each side and a flared pommel with gold nut. Felt lined metal sheath, with a symbol on the left side and gold floral designs at the throat, tip and along the rear edge. 10 3/4".

coisasdetere: Indo-persian dagger, damascus steel blade split into 3 diamond…

SEVEN INDIAN AND OTHER SPEARS, 18TH/19TH CENTURIES the first with etched leaf-shaped head, on its wooden haft; the second with leaf-shaped head inlaid with copper, and openwork base including and architectural moulding; the third with bifurcated wavy blades, on its wooden haft; the fourth and fifth each weighted base (heads missing); the sixth and seventh Indian or South East Asian, with broad wasted leaf-shaped blades,  moulded sockets, each on its haft.

African style spears, These blade shapes are what I'm envisioning for weapons within the world

Indian tulwar from the Kishanghar armoury in Rajasthan, with ‘pearls’ along the edges of the hilt, deep distinct and very distinct armoury mark, serrated back of the blade.

Indian tulwar from the Kishanghar armoury in Rajasthan, with ‘pearls’ along the edges of the hilt, deep distinct and very distinct armoury mark, serrated back of the blade.

Indian katar, 18th century, this is a "double" katar with an inner blade that…

Indian katar, century, this is a "double" katar with an inner blade that…

Indian double bladed  firangi sword, derived from the Arabic term (al- faranji) for a Western European  which used blades manufactured in Western Europe and imported by the Portuguese, or made locally in imitation of European blades,  extensive gold kofthari on the khanda type basket hilt.

Indian double bladed firangi sword, derived from the Arabic term (al- faranji)…

Syrian saif, damascus steel blade, gold koftgari, Islamic stamps and callighraphy, horn handle covered with real silver, pommel and cross guard with silver designs, original scabbard, overall length 36"

Syrian saif, damascus steel blade, gold koftgari, Islamic stamps and…

Silver-Inlaid Katar & Hilt Srirangam, Tanjore, India circa 1650

Silver-Inlaid Katar & Hilt Srirangam, Tanjore, India circa I love silver!

Indian (mughal) dagger, 17th century, curved double edged blade with cental ridge and damascened floral decoration around the forte, the hilt of yellow gold and curved round pommel set with rubies and emeralds with rosette and floral motifs, scabbard decorated with open work gold of all over vegetal and lotus blossom design terminating in a bud finial, 36cm.

Indian (mughal) dagger, century, curved double edged blade with cental ridge and damascened floral decoration around the forte, the hilt of yellow gold and curved round pommel set with rubies and emeralds with rosette and floral motifs, scabbard deco

Persian shamshir (sabre), with scabbard, bi-knife and sword belt, 1800s, Blade, inlaid with Persian couplets and dedications, watered crucible steel, seed pearls, gold; hilt, ivory, gold, enamel, pearls; scabbard, wood, fish-skin; belt, canvas, gold thread; mounts, enamel, gold, emeralds, pearls, The Royal Collection.

Persian shamshir (sabre), with scabbard, bi-knife and sword belt, Blade…

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