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Saber with Scabbard and Carrying Belt, early 17th century. Polish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds from various donors, 1929 (29.158.716a, b) | This is one of a series of twelve jeweled sabers made in Hungarian style for use at the Saxon court in Dresden. #sword

Saber with Scabbard and Carrying Belt, early 17th century. Polish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds from various donors, 1929 (29.158.716a, b) | This is one of a series of twelve jeweled sabers made in Hungarian style for use at the Saxon court in Dresden. #sword

Desert shadows - National Geographic

Desert shadows - National Geographic

sea wall at Runswick Bay Lynne Chapman

sea wall at Runswick Bay Lynne Chapman

Shasqua Sword.

Shasqua Sword.

WWI Soldiers - Ottoman Empire Army

WWI Soldiers - Ottoman Empire Army

Sahara desert, Morocco

Sahara desert, Morocco

Kilij Sword with Scabbard. Dated: Blade A.H. 957/ A.D. 1550–1551; mountings, 18th century Culture: Turkish. | Copyright 2014 © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kilij Sword with Scabbard. Dated: Blade A.H. 957/ A.D. 1550–1551; mountings, 18th century Culture: Turkish. | Copyright 2014 © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kilij Sword with Scabbard. Dated: Blade A.H. 957/ A.D. 1550–1551; mountings, 18th century Culture: Turkish. | Copyright 2014 © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kilij Sword with Scabbard. Dated: Blade A.H. 957/ A.D. 1550–1551; mountings, 18th century Culture: Turkish. | Copyright 2014 © The Metropolitan Museum of Art


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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…

primus-pilus:  http://the-8-elements.deviantart.com/art/Common-Sword-Types-290730689

primus-pilus: http://the-8-elements.deviantart.com/art/Common-Sword-Types-290730689

Ottoman shamshir, 19th Century, Iranian wootz steel blade, scabbard set with gold, diamonds, emeralds and pearls, jade handle, a ceremonial sword, used for an investiture ceremony, a perfect symbol of the luxury, extravagance and workmanship in the Ottoman Empire, said to have been made in 1876 for the investiture of the Ottoman sultan Murad V (reigned May 30–August 31, 1876). He suffered a nervous breakdown before the ceremony and was deposed and imprisioned until his death in 1904.

Ottoman shamshir, 19th Century, Iranian wootz steel blade, scabbard set with gold, diamonds, emeralds and pearls, jade handle, a ceremonial sword, used for an investiture ceremony, a perfect symbol of the luxury, extravagance and workmanship in the Ottoman Empire, said to have been made in 1876 for the investiture of the Ottoman sultan Murad V (reigned May 30–August 31, 1876). He suffered a nervous breakdown before the ceremony and was deposed and imprisioned until his death in 1904.

Sword with Scabbard Date: 18th–19th century Culture: Tibetan

Sword with Scabbard Date: 18th–19th century Culture: Tibetan

Ottoman kilij, 19th century, wootz steel blade ( visible in the groove) with 4 cartouches of koranic verses, iron mounts and spiral stiched leather scabbard decorated en suite with gold koftgari foliages and volutes, horn grip (possibly rhino horn).

Ottoman kilij, 19th century, wootz steel blade ( visible in the groove) with 4 cartouches of koranic verses, iron mounts and spiral stiched leather scabbard decorated en suite with gold koftgari foliages and volutes, horn grip (possibly rhino horn).

Syrian saif, damascus steel blade, gold koftgari, Islamic stamps and callighraphy, horn handle covered with real silver, pommel and cross guard with silver designs, original scabbard, overall length 36"

Syrian saif, damascus steel blade, gold koftgari, Islamic stamps and callighraphy, horn handle covered with real silver, pommel and cross guard with silver designs, original scabbard, overall length 36"

Ottoman kilij (saber), 19th century. The blade is signed by its maker, Acem Oglu. The Arabic inscriptions decorating it include: "Oh from the gentle God whose gentleness is without end, You are the Powerful, we will love You in Your palace on the day of judgement." The foliate ornament on the guard and scabbard mounts shows the strong influence of European design in Turkish art of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Ottoman kilij (saber), 19th century. The blade is signed by its maker, Acem Oglu. The Arabic inscriptions decorating it include: "Oh from the gentle God whose gentleness is without end, You are the Powerful, we will love You in Your palace on the day of judgement." The foliate ornament on the guard and scabbard mounts shows the strong influence of European design in Turkish art of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Ottoman kalij,18th or early 19th century, blade of watered steel. Silver crossguard chased with florals. Hilt with gripscales of translucent brown horn, the bulbous pommel pierced for a lanyard and set with boteh-shaped silver panels; engraved silver spine. Scabbard fully sheathed in silver and decorated overall with chased repousse panels of floral meander and repeating designs within various borders. 34 inch blade.

Ottoman kalij,18th or early 19th century, blade of watered steel. Silver crossguard chased with florals. Hilt with gripscales of translucent brown horn, the bulbous pommel pierced for a lanyard and set with boteh-shaped silver panels; engraved silver spine. Scabbard fully sheathed in silver and decorated overall with chased repousse panels of floral meander and repeating designs within various borders. 34 inch blade.

Development Outline of Medieval Sword Forms c. 500 - 1500 AD, from 1998 Paladin swordsmanship book by John Clements:  The Association for Renaissance Martial Arts

Development Outline of Medieval Sword Forms c. 500 - 1500 AD, from 1998 Paladin swordsmanship book by John Clements: The Association for Renaissance Martial Arts

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