Balambér Bagolybakó

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A GOLD-DAMASCENED STEEL DAGGER (KHANJAR) QAJAR IRAN, 19TH CENTURY

A GOLD-DAMASCENED STEEL DAGGER (KHANJAR) QAJAR IRAN, 19TH CENTURY

Indian sword, serated edge, flamboyant wavy blade of cobra form with khanda hilt.

Indian sword, serated edge, flamboyant wavy blade of cobra form with khanda hilt.

Indian pahari sword (cobra sword).

Indian pahari sword (cobra sword).

Indian tulwar hilted sword, wootz steel kilij type blade with yelman and gold koftgari hilt, cartouche and inscription. The polish was done by Philip Tom, as was the new scabbard's wooden core. The fittings were done by Thomaz Kaczor in Canada. Overall length(out of scabbard) 31in. / 78.74cm. Length of blade: 27in. / 68.58cm. Ricasso: 1 and 6/8 in. / 4.44cm. Hilt length: 6 1/2 in. / 16.51cm. Disc diameter: 2 1/2 in. / 6.35cm. Length of quillons: 3in. / 7.62cm. Length of langets: 2in…

Indian tulwar hilted sword, wootz steel kilij type blade with yelman and gold koftgari hilt, cartouche and inscription. The polish was done by Philip Tom, as was the new scabbard's wooden core. The fittings were done by Thomaz Kaczor in Canada. Overall length(out of scabbard) 31in. / 78.74cm. Length of blade: 27in. / 68.58cm. Ricasso: 1 and 6/8 in. / 4.44cm. Hilt length: 6 1/2 in. / 16.51cm. Disc diameter: 2 1/2 in. / 6.35cm. Length of quillons: 3in. / 7.62cm. Length of langets: 2in…

"Southern Indian Flamboyant", a variety of styles and ornamentation that were extremely ostentatious, blades with forked tips, greatly exaggerated curves or shoulders, and other unusual features. Many of these were likely for ornamentation. Tulwar hilted flamboyant sword, probably 19th c, with a koftgari work on the hilt, brass inlay on the blade. The most striking feature is a deeply recurved blade. The blade is sharpened along one-third of the back edge. Overall length, tip to tip 25…

"Southern Indian Flamboyant", a variety of styles and ornamentation that were extremely ostentatious, blades with forked tips, greatly exaggerated curves or shoulders, and other unusual features. Many of these were likely for ornamentation. Tulwar hilted flamboyant sword, probably 19th c, with a koftgari work on the hilt, brass inlay on the blade. The most striking feature is a deeply recurved blade. The blade is sharpened along one-third of the back edge. Overall length, tip to tip 25…

18th century North Indian Tegha sword of substantial proportions, true Tegha form with deeply curved broad blade, ricasso block section, forged from Indian pattern welded steel of the variety traditionally called ‘Skela’, an image of the Vedic warrior goddess ‘Durga’ is carved in relief. The Tegha became popular in India during the 17th century and research suggests that it is a true native Indian sword type. Tegha blades can be found mounted on ‘Tulwar’ hilts and also Indian basket hilts.

century North Indian Tegha sword of substantial proportions, true Tegha…

A rare heavily decorated Rajput Mughal executioner's sword known as a "TEGHA". Massive Single edged curved blade 30 inches in length and 3.25 wide. The blade decorated and inlaid in brass on both sides with circular panels of engraving showing Indian Gods etc. Indian c.18th -19th Century. Overall length 36 inches.

A rare heavily decorated Rajput Mughal executioner's sword known as a "TEGHA"…

A big and heavy sword, Indian, late 19 century, known as tegha and supposedly used for execution. The massive blade is 26 inches long, 3 ½ inches wide with 11 inches raised back edge. The blade is well chiseled with images of elephants, tigers, monkeys and other animals with gold koftgari decoration and etched in a pattern imitating watered steel. Big size handle inlaid with brass and copper floral design. Total length 32 inches.

A big and heavy sword, Indian, late 19 century, known as tegha and supposedly…

A rare heavily decorated Rajput Mughal executioner's sword known as a "TEGHA". Massive Single edged curved blade 30 inches in length and 3.25 wide. The blade decorated and inlaid in brass on both sides with circular panels of engraving showing Indian Gods etc. Indian c.18th -19th Century. Overall length 36 inches.

A rare heavily decorated Rajput Mughal executioner's sword known as a "TEGHA"…

"Arms and Armor of Caucasus" by Kirill A. Rivkin, 2016, focusing on the development of arms and armor in Caucasus from the16th and the early 20th C including Eastern weapons, from those of late Mongol Empires, to Safavid Persia and the Ottomans, providing an overall classification of Caucasian weapons, as well as a guide to dating and attribution to a specific culture: Circassian, Georgian, Dagestani, Chechen, Armenian, Azerbaijani etc, 328 pages, 213 photos.

Arms and Armor of Caucasus (English and Russian Edition)