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Indian shamshir, early 19th century, steel, ivory, enamel, gold, wood, silver, L. 38 3/4 in. (98.43 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Shamshir (Early Century CE India) Bequest of George C.

Syrian saif, damascus steel blade, gold koftgari, Islamic stamps and callighraphy, horn handle covered with real silver, pommel and cross guard with silver designs, original scabbard, overall length 36"

Syrian saif, damascus steel blade, gold koftgari, Islamic stamps and…

Ottoman kilij, 18th c, signed "Ajamoglu", watered steel blade with long angular kufic inscription, two rectangular cartouches with similar inscriptions, roundel with radiating naskh on ground of scrolling vine engraved in relief with punched gilt ground, rhino horn hilt with curved pommel, engraved silver cross bar and quillons, pins and central grip, scabbard with engraved silver fittings with floral decoration, engraved silver belt hooks, with sah marks on silver fittings,36¼in. (92cm.)

Ottoman kilij, c, signed "Ajamoglu", watered steel blade with long angular…

Ottoman sword, 17th century. The nielloed silver mounts are typical of Ottoman weapons, although the use of lapis lazuli are rare. The straight European blade suggests that this cavalry weapon was carried in addition to the more usual curved saber. Pairs of weapons with straight and curved blades were common in eastern Europe in the seventeenth century. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935 , The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Sword Century CE Ottoman Empire) (Bequest of George C. Stone, The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Ottoman kilij, 19th century, wootz steel blade ( visible in the groove) with 4 cartouches of koranic verses, iron mounts and spiral stiched leather scabbard decorated en suite with gold koftgari foliages and volutes, horn grip (possibly rhino horn).

Late-Ottoman 'kilij', century, wootz steel blade ( visible in the groove) with 4 cartouches of koranic verses, iron mounts and spiral stiched leather scabbard decorated en suite with gold koftgari foliages and volutes, horn grip (possibly rhino horn).

Saber [Turkish] (36.25.1297) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ottoman Turkish Steel inlaid with gold, precious stones, fishskin L. cm) Bequest of George C.