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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: 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 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) 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.

Tulwar Sword. Dated: 18th-19th century. Culture: Indian. Medium: gold with inlay and velvet case.  | Copyright © 2015 The Cleveland Museum of Art

Tulwar Sword. Dated: 18th-19th century. Culture: Indian. Medium: gold with inlay and velvet case. | Copyright © 2015 The Cleveland Museum of Art

Indian tegha sword, 19th century, overall length 87.5 cm, wide, curved, single-and false-edged blade. The first part is engraved with gilt figures, tigers and birds among floral elements; it has nine grooves at the center, three thin grooves at the back, the tip featuring a cartouche engraved with a deity, damask surface, the opposite side decorated en suite. The big tulwar grip has a wide disk-pommel featuring gilt inlays and floral motifs, wooden scabbard covered in green velvet.

Indian tegha sword, 19th century, overall length 87.5 cm, wide, curved, single-and false-edged blade. The first part is engraved with gilt figures, tigers and birds among floral elements; it has nine grooves at the center, three thin grooves at the back, the tip featuring a cartouche engraved with a deity, damask surface, the opposite side decorated en suite. The big tulwar grip has a wide disk-pommel featuring gilt inlays and floral motifs, wooden scabbard covered in green velvet.

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Indian spear with detachable knife head and cane shaft,18th to 19th century, steel, wood (pepper reed), silver, velvet. L. 73 1/2 in. (186.7 cm); L. of head 9 1/8 in. (23.2 cm); L. of sheath 6 5/8 in. (16.8 cm); W. 1 3/4 in. (4.5 cm); Wt. 1 lb. 2.4 oz. (521.6 g); Wt. of sheath 0.8 oz. (22.7 g). Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, Met Museum.

Indian spear with detachable knife head and cane shaft,18th to 19th century, steel, wood (pepper reed), silver, velvet. L. 73 1/2 in. (186.7 cm); L. of head 9 1/8 in. (23.2 cm); L. of sheath 6 5/8 in. (16.8 cm); W. 1 3/4 in. (4.5 cm); Wt. 1 lb. 2.4 oz. (521.6 g); Wt. of sheath 0.8 oz. (22.7 g). Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, Met Museum.

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.

Espada tipo khanda - India - Siglo XVIII:

Espada tipo khanda - India - Siglo XVIII:

Indian katar, 17th to18th century, H. 16 1/4 in. (41.3 cm); W. 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm); Wt. 19.1 oz. (541.5 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935. #35

Indian katar, 17th to18th century, H. 16 1/4 in. (41.3 cm); W. 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm); Wt. 19.1 oz. (541.5 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935. #35

Indian khanda sword, 1800s.

Indian khanda sword, 1800s.

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