Pejkó József

Pejkó József

Pejkó József
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Bogenköcher (gehört zu einer Garnitur mit Pfeilköcher B XVII.357/1 und der Schutzhülle NT 55) - Katalog der Osmanischen Waffen der Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel

Bogenköcher (gehört zu einer Garnitur mit Pfeilköcher B XVII.357/1 und der Schutzhülle NT 55) - Katalog der Osmanischen Waffen der Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel

mongol arrow quiver - Google Search

mongol arrow quiver - Google Search

Leather Holster, so-called Tirkes, Ottoman late 17th century fitted to accommodate bow and arrows in two separate compartments, the edges trimmed in green and retaining traces of floral decoration, retaining leather straps and rosette-shaped bosses of brass (one fragmented), 39.5cm.

Leather Holster, so-called Tirkes, Ottoman late 17th century fitted to accommodate bow and arrows in two separate compartments, the edges trimmed in green and retaining traces of floral decoration, retaining leather straps and rosette-shaped bosses of brass (one fragmented), 39.5cm.

Ottoman leather quiver, second half 17th century, rectangular lobed-form stitched together with attachment straps secured by metal rivets with rosette terminals, 36cm.

Ottoman leather quiver, second half 17th century, rectangular lobed-form stitched together with attachment straps secured by metal rivets with rosette terminals, 36cm.

ABOUT RING: Zihgir Zihgir is the Turkish word for the thumb ring used to draw the bow in the Ottoman empire. Turkish thumb rings were made of

ABOUT RING: Zihgir Zihgir is the Turkish word for the thumb ring used to draw the bow in the Ottoman empire. Turkish thumb rings were made of

Bague d’archer portant le sceau de la famille Vénitienne des Donati en or orné de nielle © http://lesjoailliersdudimanche.com/2013/08/26/la-bague-darcher/

Bague d’archer portant le sceau de la famille Vénitienne des Donati en or orné de nielle © http://lesjoailliersdudimanche.com/2013/08/26/la-bague-darcher/

Osmanlı Türk Yayları-Gölhan Yayı: Ahşap Ok ve Zihgir Konusunda Tavsiyem-Yıldırım Ekmekçiler

Osmanlı Türk Yayları-Gölhan Yayı: Ahşap Ok ve Zihgir Konusunda Tavsiyem-Yıldırım Ekmekçiler

Knives in the Met.  All English?  Dated to the first quarter of the 17th century.

Knives in the Met. All English? Dated to the first quarter of the 17th century.

Belts of the 14th-15th centuries

Belts of the 14th-15th centuries

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