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Gökhan Gökdeniz

Gökhan Gökdeniz
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Indian quiver and arrows. This quiver was a trophy from the Battle of Seringapatam on 4 May 1799, the culmination of a campaign against Tipu Sultan of Mysore in Southern India. It was presented to George III by Richard, Earl of Mornington, Governor General of India, in 1800. Supposedly taken from the bedroom of Tipu Sultan. The Royal Collection.

Indian quiver and arrows. This quiver was a trophy from the Battle of Seringapatam on 4 May 1799, the culmination of a campaign against Tipu Sultan of Mysore in Southern India. It was presented to George III by Richard, Earl of Mornington, Governor General of India, in 1800. Supposedly taken from the bedroom of Tipu Sultan. The Royal Collection.

Ottoman kilij, 18th-19th century, damascus / wootz steel blade, brass mounts with traces of gilding, spiral stitched leather on wood scabbard, horn grips with light restoration. Length is 37", blade is 31".

Ottoman kilij, 18th-19th century, damascus / wootz steel blade, brass mounts with traces of gilding, spiral stitched leather on wood scabbard, horn grips with light restoration. Length is 37", blade is 31".

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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, 19th c, Persian wootz steel blade, scabbard with gold, diamonds, emeralds and pearls, jade handle, a ceremonial sword used for an investiture ceremony, 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–Aug 31, 1876). He suffered a nervous breakdown before the ceremony and was deposed and imprisioned until his death in 1904, L. 39 3/4 in. (100.97 cm), Met…

Ottoman kilij, 19th c, Persian wootz steel blade, scabbard with gold, diamonds, emeralds and pearls, jade handle, a ceremonial sword used for an investiture ceremony, 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–Aug 31, 1876). He suffered a nervous breakdown before the ceremony and was deposed and imprisioned until his death in 1904, L. 39 3/4 in. (100.97 cm), Met…

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 kalkan, (shield), Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden.

Ottoman kalkan, (shield), Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden.

Arpad Bojtos Knives | Amor and Psyche

Arpad Bojtos Knives | Amor and Psyche

Ringbolt hitching is a beautiful way to decorate a staff or wheel. Also called coxcombing, it was once a common tie used by sailors to dress-up items and parts of a ship. (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post59328454&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

Ringbolt hitching is a beautiful way to decorate a staff or wheel. Also called coxcombing, it was once a common tie used by sailors to dress-up items and parts of a ship. (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post59328454&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

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