Yataghan from the Court of Süleyman the Magnificent (reigned 1520–66). Workshop of Ahmed Tekelü (possibly Iranian, active Istanbul, ca. 1520-30). Istanbul, Turkey, ca. 1525
Javelins (short throwing spears) were used in the eastern world from Turkey to India. This pair of javelins, also known as Jarid is Ottoman, late 18 to early 19 C. It includes two javelins with 7 inches blades of hollow ground square cross section and wood hafts 24 1/2 inches long ending with a chased silver cap. The Pair is housed in a wood scabbard with two compartments, covered with velvet and mounted with chased silver mounts. Total length 33 inches.
Ottoman Kilij, 18th century, steel, wood, turquoise, coral, emerald, gold, L. 35 1/2 in. (90.2 cm), Met Museum.
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Indian bullova axe, from one of the aboriginal tribes of Chota Nagpur, a similar example is pictured in Gamble's book ("Battle Axes") stating that it is a 1700s piece.
Sultan III.Selim (1789-1807) Tuğralı Murassa Şehzade Kaması
Fatih Sultan Mehmet
Saber with Scabbard and Carrying Belt Date: early 17th century Culture: Polish Medium: Steel, partly etched and gilt; gilt-silver, leather, wood, textile, semiprecious stones