Persian dagger, 19th century, steel, silver, gold, wood, L. with sheath 13 15/16 in. (35.4 cm); L. without sheath 10 5/8 in. (27 cm); L. of blade 6 1/8 in. (15.6 cm); W. 11/16in. (1.7 cm); D. 11/16 in. (1.7 cm); Wt. 3.1 oz. (87.9 g); Wt. of sheath 5.3 oz. (150.3 g), Met Museum.
Persian pesh kabz (recurved dagger), Watered steel dagger blade, chiseled and engraved, the steel hilt chiseled and engraved in the form of a parrot's head, with stylised eyes, the scabbard chiseled and engraved with birds and flowers. [Sheath] Length: 30 cm [Dagger] Length: 42.5 cm
Wolf Fantasy Dagger Gift Knife With Colored Sheath (Please can I have this? Anyone know who carries it?
This is the American Flag Wolf Fantasy Dagger Bowie Knife W Sheath. The blade of the dagger has been constructed from 440 Stainless Steel. An acid etched design decorates the top of the dagger. The scabbard features a beautifully colored picture of a wolf
Birthday present to Switch from Flux
When an Emergency Strikes Disaster Survival Gear Saves Lives
Indian tiger tooth jambiya dagger, blade with two broad central fullers, chiseled forte and a thickened armour piercing point, horn hil tcut and polished to resemble tiger stripes, 20cm blade. http://www.swordsantiqueweapons.com/
Indian pesh kabz, 19th c, recurved blade with T-shaped spine profiled and engraved with an armory designation, raised central ridge at the armor-piercing tip, hardstone grip with fine silver pommel in the form of a falcon and a festoon of silver chains with jingles, velvet-covered wooden scabbard with elaborately silver mounts, locket with silver binding chains engraved in geometrical and floral patterns, with a lion hunting its prey and a Hindu goddess worked on the chape, length 36.5cm.
AN AFGHAN DAGGER CHOORA Of characteristic form with flared pommel, silvered and engraved bolsters, heavy, single-edged blade with inlaid motifs to forte. The wooden scabbard covered entirely in embossed brass.
INDIAN PESH KABZ DAGGER, LAHORE 18-19 CENTURY. Intricate gilt-copper scabbard with intricate floral work, set around the throat with red and green stones. A large bulbous finial to the scabbard with matching stones. The dagger has a T-shape blade, hilt of green glass, gilt-copper bolster and grip straps. length 12 7/8 in.
AN OTTOMAN JADE HANDLED KNIFE TURKEY, 18TH CENTURY The single-edged watered steel blade with flat spine, each side with gold damascened inscription cartouche, with gilt collar above and light jade handle with single inset turquoise stone at the top, the brown velvet-covered wooden sheath with repoussé silver gilt mounts worked with scrolling arabesques 12¼in. (31.7cm.) long
century Persian dagger (Khanjar) its unique appearance. The blade and scabbard are of copped gilt and further decorated with palm leaf ornaments and foliage while the blade is decorated at the hilt with gold Koftgari inlay. The Wallace Collection