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A very scarce shortsword for men to men combat dating: late 18th Century provenance: Naples Wide,

A very scarce shortsword for men to men combat dating: late 18th Century provenance: Naples Wide,

A cangiarro knife dating: circa 1800 provenance: Naples Wide, single-and false-edged blade signed

A cangiarro knife dating: circa 1800 provenance: Naples Wide, single-and false-edged blade signed

A cangiarro knife dating: circa 1800 provenance: Naples Wide, single-and false-edged blade signed

A cangiarro knife dating: circa 1800 provenance: Naples Wide, single-and false-edged blade signed

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Résultat de recherche d'images pour "cangiarro labruna"

A tulwar.  Slightly curved, single-edged blade, with thin groove, thickeneded at the back; typical, iron hilt, with langets, quillons buttoned at the ends, grip with cusped, disc-shaped pommel. Leather scabbard. dating: circa 1800;  dimensions: 89,5 cm.;  provenance: India

A tulwar. Slightly curved, single-edged blade, with thin groove, thickeneded at the back; typical, iron hilt, with langets, quillons buttoned at the ends, grip with cusped, disc-shaped pommel. Leather scabbard. dating: circa 1800; dimensions: 89,5 cm.; provenance: India

Fine 18th C. Mughal Rock Crystal and wootz pesh kabz

Fine 18th C. Mughal Rock Crystal and wootz pesh kabz

Fine 19th century Indian Pesh-Kabz Dagger with wootz blade and silver mounts -  Fine antique oriental arms and armour for sale from  www.ashokaarts.com

Fine 19th century Indian Pesh-Kabz Dagger with wootz blade and silver mounts - Fine antique oriental arms and armour for sale from www.ashokaarts.com

Indian tulwar, 19th century, North India, probably Rajasthan or Gujerat, crystalline wootz steel blade with a pronounced yelmen. The hardened cutting edge has been fused (scarf welded) to a softer, more flexible heel (a common practice in Indian swords), silver koftagri decorated hilt, red velvet covered scabbard. akaalarms.com/

Indian tulwar, 19th century, North India, probably Rajasthan or Gujerat, crystalline wootz steel blade with a pronounced yelmen. The hardened cutting edge has been fused (scarf welded) to a softer, more flexible heel (a common practice in Indian swords), silver koftagri decorated hilt, red velvet covered scabbard. akaalarms.com/

Tegha/pala style short sword from India. Probably mid 19 C. Deeply curved marked blade 23 inches long, with 8 inches long raised back edge (Yelmen). The handle is a classical Tulwar style steel handle finely decorated with silver koftgari inlay work. Original leather covered scabbard. Total length 28 inches. http://www.oriental-arms.co.il

Tegha/pala style short sword from India. Probably mid 19 C. Deeply curved marked blade 23 inches long, with 8 inches long raised back edge (Yelmen). The handle is a classical Tulwar style steel handle finely decorated with silver koftgari inlay work. Original leather covered scabbard. Total length 28 inches. http://www.oriental-arms.co.il

Sword with scabbard  Assedallah of Isfahani  Delhi, India and Iran  18th century

Sword with scabbard Assedallah of Isfahani Delhi, India and Iran 18th century