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Ottoman saber and jarid (javelin) with scabbard, 17th century, steel, silver, niello, wood, leather, length of blade, 23 in. (58.42 cm), Met Museum.

Ottoman saber and jarid (javelin) with scabbard, 17th century, steel, silver, niello, wood, leather, length of blade, 23 in. (58.42 cm), Met Museum.

Ottoman throwing spears (Jarids) and quiver, circa 1680, the plain steel arrowheads with quadrangular tips, wooden hafts and silver terminals formed as tubular sockets decorated with chased and engraved medallions containing floral sprays, the wooden quiver mounted with blue-green velvet, the silver chape, lock and suspension loops decorated en suite, the lock with traces of gilding, 83.8cm.

Ottoman throwing spears (Jarids) and quiver, circa 1680, the plain steel arrowheads with quadrangular tips, wooden hafts and silver terminals formed as tubular sockets decorated with chased and engraved medallions containing floral sprays, the wooden quiver mounted with blue-green velvet, the silver chape, lock and suspension loops decorated en suite, the lock with traces of gilding, 83.8cm.

A laz bichaq with a blade that's slightly thinner than usual.

A laz bichaq with a blade that's slightly thinner than usual.

Ottoman yatagan / yataghan, 19th century, the blade has silver engraved mounts and is inlaid in gold and appears to be signed within a cartouche like form on the gold inlay, bone handle, tooled scabbard appears to be silver - silver/alloy over a thin wood two piece core, 29 3/4" long including scabbard.

Ottoman yatagan / yataghan, 19th century, the blade has silver engraved mounts and is inlaid in gold and appears to be signed within a cartouche like form on the gold inlay, bone handle, tooled scabbard appears to be silver - silver/alloy over a thin wood two piece core, 29 3/4" long including scabbard.

Ottoman yataghan / yatagan, AH 1220/ AD 1805-6, steel blade decorated with silver inlay with floral and vegetal motifs on one side and inscriptions on the other, the hilt with prominent ears forming the pommel cast with circular motifs and set with glass, the scabbard clad with elaborately embossed rococo style silver at top and bottom with coral, 76 cm, inscribed with the names of the Seven Sleepers and their dog. The owner's name, Mustafa bashi ibn Ahmad. 'The work of 'Abdallah [?]'.

Ottoman yataghan / yatagan, AH 1220/ AD 1805-6, steel blade decorated with silver inlay with floral and vegetal motifs on one side and inscriptions on the other, the hilt with prominent ears forming the pommel cast with circular motifs and set with glass, the scabbard clad with elaborately embossed rococo style silver at top and bottom with coral, 76 cm, inscribed with the names of the Seven Sleepers and their dog. The owner's name, Mustafa bashi ibn Ahmad. 'The work of 'Abdallah [?]'.

Ottoman saber and jarid (javelin) with scabbard, 17th century, steel, silver, niello, wood, leather, length of blade, 23 in. (58.42 cm), Met Museum.

Ottoman saber and jarid (javelin) with scabbard, 17th century, steel, silver, niello, wood, leather, length of blade, 23 in. (58.42 cm), Met Museum.

Haladie (ca. 18th-19th Century Ottoman (?) Syrian Weapon) (1935, Bequest of George C. Stone, Met Museum) | Steel, bone, H. 20 5/8 in. (52.4 cm); W. 1 9/16 in. (4 cm); Wt. 8.7 oz. (246.6 g)

Haladie (ca. 18th-19th Century Ottoman (?) Syrian Weapon) (1935, Bequest of George C. Stone, Met Museum) | Steel, bone, H. 20 5/8 in. (52.4 cm); W. 1 9/16 in. (4 cm); Wt. 8.7 oz. (246.6 g)

Ottoman kilij, 17th century, damascus steel, nephrite, gold, L. 38 in. (96.5 cm); L. of blade 32 3/4 in. (83.2 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, rippling pattern green nephrite grip that echoes the crucible, or "watered," steel of the blade. Arabic blade inscriptions, one verse praising the infinite gentleness and power of God and another verse referring to the sword called "dhu'l-faqar" (one of Muhammads swords, widely regarded as a symbol of spiritual and political…

Ottoman kilij, 17th century, damascus steel, nephrite, gold, L. 38 in. (96.5 cm); L. of blade 32 3/4 in. (83.2 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, rippling pattern green nephrite grip that echoes the crucible, or "watered," steel of the blade. Arabic blade inscriptions, one verse praising the infinite gentleness and power of God and another verse referring to the sword called "dhu'l-faqar" (one of Muhammads swords, widely regarded as a symbol of spiritual and political…