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two decorative swords are on display against a gray background, one is red and the other is gold
Dagger with Scabbard | Indian, Mughal | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
two fancy knives with floral designs on them are standing next to each other in front of a white background
Dagger with Sheath | Iranian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
On 11 May 1747, the Ottoman Padishah Mahmud the First sent an embassy with valuable gifts and led by Kesriyeli Ahmed Pasha to Nadir Shah. Among the gifts which Sultan Mahmud sent was a particularly outstanding dagger whose handle and sheath were decorated with precious stones. The Treasury Master had had this dagger made by the foremost jewelers of Istanbul, having provided all the stones necessary from the Treasury. Nadir Shah, Empire Ottoman, Topkapi Palace, Royal Jewels, Royal Jewelry, Ottoman Empire, Room Essentials, Crown Jewels, Precious Gems
On 11 May 1747, the Ottoman Padishah Mahmud the First sent an embassy with valuable gifts and led by Kesriyeli Ahmed Pasha to Nadir Shah. Among the gifts which Sultan Mahmud sent was a particularly outstanding dagger whose handle and sheath were decorated with precious stones. The Treasury Master had had this dagger made by the foremost jewelers of Istanbul, having provided all the stones necessary from the Treasury.
two knives with floral designs on them sitting next to each other in front of a white background
Dagger (Jambiya) with Sheath | Persian, Qajar | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
two different types of decorative items are displayed on a white surface, one is purple and the other is silver
Dagger with Sheath | Indian, probably Deccan | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dagger with Sheath
two knives with ornate designs on them sitting next to each other, one has a green tip and the other is gold
Dagger with Sheath | Persian, Qajar | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dagger with Sheath Date: 19th century Culture: Persian, Qajar Medium: Iron, lacquer, velvet
a knife that has been decorated with flowers and leaves on it's blade is hanging from the wall
Dagger | Indian, Deccan, possibly Hyderabad | The Metropolitan Museum of Art