Indian spear, 18th c, hollow-diamond section blade with a reinforced tip, decorated on each side of the forte with silver damascened conventional foliage in a fan pattern, tapering socket decorated with silver scrolls of foliage en suite, on its wooden haft applied with paper decorated with a spiralling polychromatic pattern, iron shoe matching the head, and complete with its fabric-covered scabbard with iron locket and chape damascened with silver en suite with the blade, 53.5cm; 21 1/8in…
A SPONTOON MID-18TH CENTURY With broad leaf-shaped blade with low medial ridge to each side, cusped lower edges, and etched on each side with a trophy of arms bordered by scrollwork, tapering moulded socket, and two long side-straps, on later wooden haft 14 5/8in (37.2cm) head
Belle hallebarde de parement à double lanterne, Pays-Bas vers 1590-1600.
Indo_Persian infantry lance, 18th century, iron, , the point with slightly swelled medial, bun form bolster and slightly tapered, faceted socket. The socket, and blade base with gold over lay, somewhat faded. The whole with brown surface rust, impressive proportions, 21 1/2" length.
Le dogme ! Voilà un terme et un concept qui a mauvaise presse. C'est l'un des reproches majeurs majeurs que notre société contemporaine fait au christianisme, non sans raison car mal compris, les dogmes enferment la pensée. Au lieu de donner à penser,...
Indian katar, 18th century, 17 7/8 in. (45.4 cm); W. 3 5/8 in. (9.2 cm); Wt. 17.4 oz. (493.3 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.
Epée, lame 71 cm, longueur totale 88cm, période fin de la Guerre de Cent Ans, c. 1450
Glossario delle armi antiche ed esotiche
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Indian lance, 18th century, steel, damascened with gold and silver, 7 lb. 2 oz. (3232 g) Length, 95 1/4 in. (241.94 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935. This finely decorated lance was acquired in 1771 by the English collector Horace Walpole (1717–1797) for display in his armory at Strawberry Hill, one of the earliest and most influential Gothic Revival houses in England.