A RARE OTTOMAN HORN-HILTED SWORD (YATAGHAN), TURKEY, DATED 1181 AH/1767 AD the finely watered steel curved blade with a flat back edge and inscriptions along both sides of the blade enclosed in star motifs which continue to decorate the top ridge of the blade, the hilt with horn grips and silver studs, decorated with arabesques on the tang, applied silver floral decoration at the forte
Ottoman yataghan / yatagan, circa 1800, slightly curving blade and tapering point, the spine and sides decorated with bands of gold overlay consisting of undulating leafy and floral vines, one side with an inscription-filled cartouche, the silver-gilt hilt and scabbard with repousse decoration consisting of profuse floral motifs, 76 cm. long. The inscriptions comprise: mustapha pasha nasarahu allal amin, 'Mustapha Pasha may Gold help him, Amen!'.
Ottoman sword, 1650 to 1700, steel, silver, niello, lapis lazuli, wood, leather, Length 40 3/8 in. (102.54 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.
***** Sultans (Ottomans )
A SET OF CALLIGRAPHER'S TOOLS OTTOMAN TURKEY, 19TH CENTURY
Ottoman Lineage, Pre-Islamic (Silselename) by Ottoman History