1796p Light Cavalry officer's sword, Hawkes & Moseley, Piccadilly, London ( 1810-1820 )

1796p Light Cavalry officer's sword, Hawkes & Moseley, Piccadilly, London ( 1810-1820 )

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Saudi Arabian saif, wootz/damascus steel Persian blade, bone hilt with Saudi silver mounts.

Saudi Arabian saif, wootz/damascus steel Persian blade, bone hilt with Saudi silver mounts.

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).

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).

Shamshir Sword with Scabbard and Belt Culture: blade, Iranian; hilt, Indian Medium: steel, gold, ivory, enamel, velvet, silver, textile Measurements: Blade length, 31 in. (78.74 cm) Classification: Swords There are inscription on the blade in three medallions. In the top medallion: "Help from God and speedy victory" (Koran, ch. LXI, v. 13); central medallion: year A.H. 1162 or 1164 (A.D. 1748–49 or 1750–51) and the lowest medallion: "Work of Bakir Mashhadi".:

Shamshir Sword with Scabbard and Belt Culture: blade, Iranian; hilt, Indian Medium: steel, gold, ivory, enamel, velvet, silver, textile Measurements: Blade length, 31 in. (78.74 cm) Classification: Swords There are inscription on the blade in three medallions. In the top medallion: "Help from God and speedy victory" (Koran, ch. LXI, v. 13); central medallion: year A.H. 1162 or 1164 (A.D. 1748–49 or 1750–51) and the lowest medallion: "Work of Bakir Mashhadi".:

Kilij (клыч, килич)

Kilij (клыч, килич)

Ottoman kilij, 17th century, the lightly curved steel blade with flat edge and slightly flaring tip, one side with gold overlaid calligraphic inscriptions and floral details, the hilt and scabbard covered in dyed-green shagreen, the scabbard with copper mount, and with two loops and metal-mounts with gold en-suite overlaid designs, 94.5cm.

Ottoman kilij, 17th century, the lightly curved steel blade with flat edge and slightly flaring tip, one side with gold overlaid calligraphic inscriptions and floral details, the hilt and scabbard covered in dyed-green shagreen, the scabbard with copper mount, and with two loops and metal-mounts with gold en-suite overlaid designs, 94.5cm.

Ottoman Kilij from The Caravana Collection, see it at www.caravanacollection.com

Ottoman Kilij from The Caravana Collection, see it at www.caravanacollection.com

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Shamshir Sword, a Persian blade

Shamshir Sword, a Persian blade

Turkish swords: Kilij is a traditional Turkish sabre evolved from original Turko-Mongol sabers. Yatagan is Turkish short sabre or long knife, usually lighter than more robust and more curved kilij. Mameluke sword is less curved than kilij and it features a cross hilt. Mameluke sword is similar to Persian shamshir.

Turkish swords: Kilij is a traditional Turkish sabre evolved from original Turko-Mongol sabers. Yatagan is Turkish short sabre or long knife, usually lighter than more robust and more curved kilij. Mameluke sword is less curved than kilij and it features a cross hilt. Mameluke sword is similar to Persian shamshir.

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