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Kalahi Custom Blades - Traditional Philippine Bolos

Kalahi Custom Blades - Traditional Philippine Bolos

Figure: खद्गाः. Indian swords  [Image source: Egerton, Wilbraham Egerton, Earl <1832-1909>: A description of Indian and Oriental armor: illustrated from the collection formerly in the India Office, now Exhibited at South Kensington, and the author's private collection, with a map , twenty-three full-page plates (two colored), and Numerous woodcuts, with an introductory sketch of the military history of India / by the Right Hon Lord Egerton of Tatton. - New edition - London: Allen, 1896.

Figure: खद्गाः. Indian swords [Image source: Egerton, Wilbraham Egerton, Earl <1832-1909>: A description of Indian and Oriental armor: illustrated from the collection formerly in the India Office, now Exhibited at South Kensington, and the author's private collection, with a map , twenty-three full-page plates (two colored), and Numerous woodcuts, with an introductory sketch of the military history of India / by the Right Hon Lord Egerton of Tatton. - New edition - London: Allen, 1896.

Sword [Tibetan or Chinese] (1995.136) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sword [Tibetan or Chinese] (1995.136) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Indian (North) spear, 17th century, steel, gold, L. 63 1/4 in. (160.7 cm); L. of head 14 15/16 in. (37.9 cm); W. 1 in. (2.5 cm); Wt. 2 lbs. 1.3 oz. (944 g), Met Museum. Spears were a versatile tool for royal hunting expeditions, as demonstrated by their painted depictions, used while on foot or on horseback they could be thrust or thrown. Some spears were all iron/steel; others comprised a wooden shaft and spear head. Inlaid with gold, this example was intended to be both lethal and…

Indian (North) spear, 17th century, steel, gold, L. 63 1/4 in. (160.7 cm); L. of head 14 15/16 in. (37.9 cm); W. 1 in. (2.5 cm); Wt. 2 lbs. 1.3 oz. (944 g), Met Museum. Spears were a versatile tool for royal hunting expeditions, as demonstrated by their painted depictions, used while on foot or on horseback they could be thrust or thrown. Some spears were all iron/steel; others comprised a wooden shaft and spear head. Inlaid with gold, this example was intended to be both lethal and…

Shamshir, double edged, silver inlaid into steel blade. looking like handle was reconstructed.

Shamshir, double edged, silver inlaid into steel blade. looking like handle was reconstructed.

Kukri (19th Century Nepalese Weapon) | Steel, silver, wood, leather, Knife (a); H. with sheath 18 1/16 in. (45.9 cm); H. without sheath 16 13/16 in. (42.7 cm); W. 1 11/16 in. (4.3 cm); Wt. 16.6 oz. (470.6 g); sheath (b); Wt. 9.5 oz. (269.3 g); small knife (c); H. 4 9/16 in. (11.6 cm); W. 7/8 in. (2.2 cm); Wt. 0.8 oz. (22.7 cm); small knife (d); H. 4 1/2 in. (11.4 cm); W. 15/16 in. (2.4 cm); Wt. 1.2 oz. (34 g)

Kukri (19th Century Nepalese Weapon) | Steel, silver, wood, leather, Knife (a); H. with sheath 18 1/16 in. (45.9 cm); H. without sheath 16 13/16 in. (42.7 cm); W. 1 11/16 in. (4.3 cm); Wt. 16.6 oz. (470.6 g); sheath (b); Wt. 9.5 oz. (269.3 g); small knife (c); H. 4 9/16 in. (11.6 cm); W. 7/8 in. (2.2 cm); Wt. 0.8 oz. (22.7 cm); small knife (d); H. 4 1/2 in. (11.4 cm); W. 15/16 in. (2.4 cm); Wt. 1.2 oz. (34 g)

Oriental-Arms: 18 C. Heavy Wootz Indian Sword Khanda Hilt

Oriental-Arms: 18 C. Heavy Wootz Indian Sword Khanda Hilt

A JEWELLED SWORD TALWAR, RAJASTHAN, INDIA,The slightly curved steel blade with raised edge and fullers struck at forte with three talismanic dots on either side, the gilded-silver hilt with characteristic broad pommel and hemispherical quillon terminals, wholly embellished in green and blue enamel and set with thirty-three gems including rubies and white sapphires, devanagari inscription to flat edge of blade at forte, velvet-covered wood scabbard with later addition of gilt braid

A JEWELLED SWORD TALWAR, RAJASTHAN, INDIA,The slightly curved steel blade with raised edge and fullers struck at forte with three talismanic dots on either side, the gilded-silver hilt with characteristic broad pommel and hemispherical quillon terminals, wholly embellished in green and blue enamel and set with thirty-three gems including rubies and white sapphires, devanagari inscription to flat edge of blade at forte, velvet-covered wood scabbard with later addition of gilt braid

Armor from the ages.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Armor from the ages. More

Persian tabar-zin (saddle axe), 19th century, with a large central cartouche filled by an inscription in nasta’liq.

Persian tabar-zin (saddle axe), 19th century, with a large central cartouche filled by an inscription in nasta’liq.