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Collection by Stanisław Maziarz

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Säbel mit Horngriff und silbernen Rosetten Scheide mit Beschlägen aus nielliertem, teilweise vergoldetem Silber und mit Rubinbesatz. Grüne - Katalog der Osmanischen Waffen der Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Curved Swords, Sword Craft, Persian Warrior, Love Heart Images, Types Of Swords, Cool Swords, Lethal Weapon

Säbel mit Horngriff und silbernen Rosetten Scheide mit Beschlägen aus nielliertem, teilweise vergoldetem Silber und mit Rubinbesatz. Grüne

unbekannt - Der „Thronvers“ zählt zu den wichtigsten Versen des Korans. Ihm wurde eine besondere Schutzfunktion zugesprochen, weswegen er oft auch Amulette schmückt. Allerdings bleibt unklar, ob der Spruch die Klinge von Anfang an zierte, denn ...

Gold-inlaid kilic made for Suleiman, early century (Istanbul, Topkapi Sarayi Museum) Concept Weapons, Armor Concept, Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Curved Swords, Indian Sword, Istanbul, Fantasy Sword, Dagger Knife

Gold-inlaid kilic made for Suleiman, early 16th century (Istanbul, Topkapi Sarayi Museum)

Szabla Sword (Hussar’s Sabre) Dated: circa 1700 Culture: Polish Measurements… Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Curved Swords, Sword Craft, Cool Swords, Medieval Weapons, Concept Weapons, Arm Armor, Fantasy Weapons

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Szabla Sword (Hussar’s Sabre) • Dated: circa 1700 • Culture: Polish • Measurements: overall length 92 cm The sword has a curved, single-and false-edged blade, with a slight fuller, marked “FRINGIA”...

Ottoman karabala style scimitar, early 17th c, steel, brass, silver, gold, jade, turquoise, L., 42 1/16 in. (106.83 cm); sword L., 40 1/8 in. (101.9 cm); blade L., 35 in. (88.9 cm); Wt., 4 lb. 4 oz. (1928 g), Met Museum. This is a typical Ottoman presentation saber of the 17th c. Many similar weapons, as well as shields and complete horse trappings similiarly mounted in silver-gilt and set with jade plaques and turquoise, were captured after the unsuccessful Turkish seige of Vienna in 1683. Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Curved Swords, Damascus Sword, Indian Sword, Cool Knives, Arm Armor, Cold Steel, Swords

Ottoman karabala style scimitar, early 17th c, steel, brass, silver, gold, jade, turquoise, L., 42 1/16 in. (106.83 cm); sword L., 40 1/8 in. (101.9 cm); blade L., 35 in. (88.9 cm); Wt., 4 lb. 4 oz. (1928 g), Met Museum. This is a typical Ottoman presentation saber of the 17th c. Many similar weapons, as well as shields and complete horse trappings similiarly mounted in silver-gilt and set with jade plaques and turquoise, were captured after the unsuccessful Turkish seige of Vienna in 1683.

Ottoman (Circassian) shashka type saber, possibly from mid 19th century, the blade might be an older 18th century European made example with double fullers and wider end section featuring Eyelashes marks and triple crosses. The handle and scabbard fittings are decorated with silver koftgari, leather covered Ottoman style scabbard with spiral wire stitching, 36.5 inches, the blade is 31 inches. Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Old Warrior, Cold Steel, K2, Leather Cover, 18th Century, Blade, Weapons

Ottoman (Circassian) shashka type saber, possibly from mid 19th century, the blade might be an older 18th century European made example with double fullers and wider end section featuring Eyelashes marks and triple crosses. The handle and scabbard fittings are decorated with silver koftgari, leather covered Ottoman style scabbard with spiral wire stitching, 36.5 inches, the blade is 31 inches.

Saudi Arabian saif, wootz/damascus steel Persian blade, bone hilt with Saudi silver mounts. Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Military Weapons, Military Art, Curved Swords, Indian Sword, Muslim Culture, Katana Swords, Medieval Armor

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

Napoleon formed his own Mamluk corps in the early years of the nineteenth century after he came back from Egypt. Napoleon’s famous bodyguard, Roustan, was also a Mamluk from Egypt. In battle, the Mamluk troops were carrying also a Mace and Hatchet. Katana Swords, Cold Steel, Napoleonic Wars, Rare Antique, Islamic Art, Vikings, Knives, Blade, Weapons

Napoleon formed his own Mamluk corps in the early years of the nineteenth century after he came back from Egypt. Napoleon’s famous bodyguard, Roustan, was also a Mamluk from Egypt. In battle, the Mamluk troops were carrying also a Mace and Hatchet.

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - An unusual Shaska Indian Sword, Muslim Culture, Arm Armor, Weapons Guns, Leather Cover, Persian, Blade, Armour, How To Find Out

Ottoman (Circassian) shashka type saber, possibly from mid 19th century, the blade might be an older 18th century European made example with double fullers and wider end section featuring Eyelashes marks and triple crosses. The handle and scabbard fittings are decorated with silver koftgari, leather covered Ottoman style scabbard with spiral wire stitching, 36.5 inches, the blade is 31 inches.