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A GOLD AND ENAMELLED DAGGER WITH FABERGÉ COLLAR AND OTTOMAN BLADE, TURKEY AND RUSSIA, 19TH CENTURY the narrow double-edged tapering steel blade with central ridge, with chiselled design and gold overlay decoration, the light-green jade hilt with Fabergé enamelled collar decorated with naturalistic floral motifs

A gold and enamelled dagger with Fabergé collar and Ottoman blade, Turkey and Russia, century

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Early wootz yataghan

Arms and Armour Collection « Islamic Arts and Architecture

Osmanlı dönemi Türk yatağan kılıcı

Osmanlı dönemi Türk yatağan kılıcı

Ottoman yatagan, 19th century, typical, slightly curved, single-edged blade with double rear groove, blued at the first part, with a round, gold cartouche with Arabic inscription, and decorations with inscriptions in gold. It has a gilt copper hilt, decorated with filigree and large cabochon corals and glasses. The walrus ivory grip scales features the typical large ‘ears’, while the wooden scabbard is covered in leather and has simple iron mounts. overall length 75 cm.

Ottoman yatagan, century, typical, slightly curved, single-edged blade…

Ottoman yataghan, the short-sword with characteristic brass flaring pommel, the grip and pommel with inset carnelian, the blade with some oxidation with remains of a gilded inscription to one side (illegible) and a seal of Suliman to the other. The Scabbard with elaborate basket-woven brass locket with attached florets, the body with foliate patterns terminating in a shape in the form of a fish, 28" long sword, could use a good cleaning, but a superb example. Probably late 18th-early 19th C.

Ottoman Yataghan (c.

An Ottoman jewelled and jade-hilted presentation sword (kilij), Turkey, 18th-19th century

An Ottoman jewelled and jade-hilted presentation sword (kilij), Turkey…

art-of-swords:  Jade-hilted Dagger with gold-inlaid inscribed blade & diamond-set silver scabbard Medium: Ottoman Location: Turkey Dated: circa 18th century Inscriptions: The inscriptions include two couplets in Turkish and the Arabic: ”There is no youth [as brave as] ‘Ali, no sword [as sharp as] dhi’l-faqar”. The watered steel blade with a double band of inscription on either side, floral interlace on the forte, the spinach jade hilt carved with irises and with an appliqué rose-diamond ...

art-of-swords: “ Jade-hilted Dagger with gold-inlaid inscribed blade & diamond-set silver scabbard Medium: Ottoman Location: Turkey Dated: circa century

An Ottoman gold-inlaid Karabela, 18th cent.& a silvermounted Ottoman kilij, circa 1820.

An Ottoman gold-inlaid karabela (Lt), century, and a silver mounted Ottoman kilij, circa

Saber [Turkey] (36.25.1293) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Saber

Although the name of an Ottoman sultan appears on the guard, it is not an indication of the provenance of the sword. Islamic devotional inscriptions dominate the decorative motifs of arms and armor.

Ottoman yatagan, 19th century, typical, slightly curved, single-edged blade with double rear groove, blued at the first part, with a round, gold cartouche with Arabic inscription, and decorations with inscriptions in gold. It has a gilt copper hilt, decorated with filigree and large cabochon corals and glasses. The walrus ivory grip scales features the typical large ‘ears’, while the wooden scabbard is covered in leather and has simple iron mounts. overall length 75 cm

Yatagan Sword Dated: century Culture: Ottoman Measurements: overall length…

A YATAGHAN OTTOMAN TURKEY, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY

A YATAGHAN OTTOMAN TURKEY, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY

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