Parrying dagger (pugnale bolognese) [Italian] (26.145.94) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Parrying Dagger (Pugnale Bolognese) Dated: Culture: Italian Medium: partly gilt steel, brass, and wood Measurements: weight 15 oz.

Ceremonial Dagger (Bichwa), 17th century. South Indian, Thanjavur. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Gift, 2014 (2014.190) | This work is featured in our Arms and Armor Notable Acquisitions 2003–2014 exhibition on view through December 6, 2015. #sword

Ceremonial Dagger (Bichwa) Date: century Geography: Thanjavur, Tamil Nādu Culture: Indian, Thanjavur Medium: Steel, gold MET

Indian katar, from Thanjavur (formerly Tanjore) in South India, 16th century, triple European blades. Dimensions: L. 21 1/8 in. (53.7 cm); W. 3 3/16 in. (8.1 cm); Wt. 23.9 oz. (677.6 g), Met Museum. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935. #5

The Faeclaws, weapons forged by a Smithy of Struggle, an elf long ago dedicated to the Sylvan of Struggle, who wanted to even battle against the Fae

16th century Italian halberd

Halberd Date: Culture: Italian Medium: Etched steel, wood, textile

Indian spiked gurz (round headed mace), steel with a long central spike, Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur India.

Indian spiked gurz (round headed mace), steel with a long central spike, Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur India. uma grande odeia de arma para o Swordplay

Indian (South) katar, with prominent yali's (leogryphs), early 17th century, H. 16 11/16 in. (42.4 cm); W. 13 3/8 in. (34 cm); Wt. 20.3 oz. (575.5 g), Met Museum.

Indian (South) katar with side blade, early century, with prominent yali's (leogryphs), H. g), Met Museum.

Indian ankus (elephant goad), Nayaka period, probably early 17th century, 70.14 cm (27 5/8 in.). Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

treasures-and-beauty: “Indian ankus (elephant goad), Nayaka period, probably early century ”

An ivory-hilted dagger (khanjarli), India, 18th century

An ivory-hilted dagger (khanjarli), India, century

Indian combination tabar (axe) and matchlock pistol. late 18th or early 19th century.

*INDIA ~ Indian combination tabar (axe) and matchlock pistol. late or early century.

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