Ottoman shield (kalkan), 17th century, made up of 47 cane rod rings, wrapped / braided with red, light green, yellow and blue silk, three cartouches with Arabic inscriptions and three diamond-shaped patterns. Center iron boss. 15 cm deep, 1855.7 grams, 62.7 cm dia. Museumslandschaft Hessen Kassel.
Ottoman arrow, late 16th to early 17th century, cedar shaft?, swatches in red and blue with silver wire, floral and geometric motifs in gold paint, white plumage, about 70 cm (length) about 25 g (weight). Museum Hessen Kassel.
Ottoman arrow, 1550 to 1750, pine shaft, red, blue and green polychrome paint, with gold flowers and vine decoration. metal filament winding, triple white plumage, forged iron tip, 73.8 cm (length), 25 g (weight). Museum Hessen Kassel.
A FINE AND RARE SET OF OTTOMAN GOLD AND PEARL INLAID BRIDLE ORNAMENTS, TURKEY, 16TH CENTURY composed of twelve hammered and punched bridle ornaments consisting of three lobed plaques connected with interlocking hinges, decorated with an incised foliate designs and pearls, attached to a felt mount, also featuring eleven hanging beads of lobed hexagonal form, incised with floral scrolls
Ottoman leather weapons belt (selahlik / silahlik) worn throughout the Ottoman Empire, made from layers of leather containing slips to hold a yatagan sword and other weapons.