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Indian dagger, 18th century, steel, shark skin, jade, gold, ruby, emerald, sapphire, silver, L. of blade 6 1/2 in. (16.5 cm); W. 1 7/8 in. (4.8 cm); Wt. 3.5 oz. (99.2 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Indian dagger, 18th century, steel, shark skin, jade, gold, ruby, emerald, sapphire, silver, L. of blade 6 1/2 in. (16.5 cm); W. 1 7/8 in. (4.8 cm); Wt. 3.5 oz. (99.2 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

A GOLD-DAMASCENED STEEL DAGGER (KHANJAR) QAJAR IRAN, 19TH CENTURY

A GOLD-DAMASCENED STEEL DAGGER (KHANJAR) QAJAR IRAN, 19TH CENTURY

A NIELLOED SILVER DAGGER, GEORGIA OR EASTERN TURKEY, 19TH CENTURY

A NIELLOED SILVER DAGGER, GEORGIA OR EASTERN TURKEY, 19TH CENTURY

These look AMAZING! When you go into battle you want boss weapons like these

These look AMAZING! When you go into battle you want boss weapons like these

I designed a knife very similar to this for a DnD character a few years ago, now I know it is called a Tessen.

I designed a knife very similar to this for a DnD character a few years ago, now I know it is called a Tessen.

Katar Dagger  Dated: 17th century Place of Origin: Thanjavur Culture: Indian, Thanjavur Medium: steel Measurements: overall length 15 7/8 inches (40.3 cm); width 4 ½ inches (11.4 cm); weight 22.2 ounces (629.4 g)

Katar Dagger Dated: 17th century Place of Origin: Thanjavur Culture: Indian, Thanjavur Medium: steel Measurements: overall length 15 7/8 inches (40.3 cm); width 4 ½ inches (11.4 cm); weight 22.2 ounces (629.4 g)

Indian hooded katar, with prominent peacocks, yali's (leogryphs) and fish, 17th to 18th century, European blade. Dimensions: L. 18 9/16 in. (47.1 cm); W. 4 1/2 in. (11.4 cm); Wt. 25.4 oz. (720.1 g), Met Museum. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Indian hooded katar, with prominent peacocks, yali's (leogryphs) and fish, 17th to 18th century, European blade. Dimensions: L. 18 9/16 in. (47.1 cm); W. 4 1/2 in. (11.4 cm); Wt. 25.4 oz. (720.1 g), Met Museum. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

The blade of this dagger, which has a very fine watered steel pattern, was made in 1800-01, around 30 years before the hilt. The inscription on the hilt says that it was made in Kirman to the order of Hassan Khan, known as Agha Khan-i Beglarbegi. One side has his portrait, while the other side has a portrait of the Qajar ruler Muhammad Shah (ruled 1834-48), wearing a dagger very similar to this one tucked into his belt.

The blade of this dagger, which has a very fine watered steel pattern, was made in 1800-01, around 30 years before the hilt. The inscription on the hilt says that it was made in Kirman to the order of Hassan Khan, known as Agha Khan-i Beglarbegi. One side has his portrait, while the other side has a portrait of the Qajar ruler Muhammad Shah (ruled 1834-48), wearing a dagger very similar to this one tucked into his belt.