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Dagger with a Yali Hilt. Object Name: Dagger. Date: ca. 1800. Geography: South India, Tanjore or Mysore. Medium: Steel blade; gold hilt, inlaid with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds.

Dagger with a Yali Hilt. Object Name: Dagger. Date: ca. 1800. Geography: South India, Tanjore or Mysore. Medium: Steel blade; gold hilt, inlaid with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds.

A Signally Stunning Antique Silver and Gold Oman 4 Ring Khanjar Jambiya A beautiful quality dagger, of typical form of the famous middle eastern Jambiya, and in Oman it is called the Khanjar. This deluxe example is all silver with gold banding decor, with carved horn hilt further decorated with silver. Jambiya of this quality were almost always usually custom made for presentation. Portrait of Lawewnce of Arabia

A Signally Stunning Antique Silver and Gold Oman 4 Ring Khanjar Jambiya A beautiful quality dagger, of typical form of the famous middle eastern Jambiya, and in Oman it is called the Khanjar. This deluxe example is all silver with gold banding decor, with carved horn hilt further decorated with silver. Jambiya of this quality were almost always usually custom made for presentation. Portrait of Lawewnce of Arabia

Punch Dagger (katar). Object Name: Dagger. Date: ca. 1680–1720. Geography: North India. Medium: Watered steel blade; gold hilt, inlaid with rubies, emeralds, and diamonds.

Punch Dagger (katar). Object Name: Dagger. Date: ca. 1680–1720. Geography: North India. Medium: Watered steel blade; gold hilt, inlaid with rubies, emeralds, and diamonds.

Dagger with a Yali Hilt Object Name: Dagger Date: ca. 1800 Geography: South India, Tanjore or Mysore Medium: Steel blade; gold hilt, inlaid with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds

Dagger with a Yali Hilt Object Name: Dagger Date: ca. 1800 Geography: South India, Tanjore or Mysore Medium: Steel blade; gold hilt, inlaid with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds

Nepalese kukri, 19th century, incurved blade, widening towards the point, gold damascening decoration on the forte and along the back, the gilt hilt set with floral bosses set with rubies and emeralds, the gilt mounts on the hilt similarly decorated, 47.5 cm. long.

Nepalese kukri, 19th century, incurved blade, widening towards the point, gold damascening decoration on the forte and along the back, the gilt hilt set with floral bosses set with rubies and emeralds, the gilt mounts on the hilt similarly decorated, 47.5 cm. long.

Dagger (Jambiya). Date: 18th–19th century. Culture: Indian. Medium: Steel, ivory, gold. © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Dagger (Jambiya). Date: 18th–19th century. Culture: Indian. Medium: Steel, ivory, gold. © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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