Bhuj

Indian bhuj / Kuttai (literally: to cut), after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret, known in North West India particularly…
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three different types of knifes and knives with gold trimming on the handles, two are
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Indian bhuj circa 1800 with hidden dagger.
an elaborately decorated knife with a man on it's side and another object in the background
Indian bhuj.
two knifes and a fork on a gray surface with gold trimming around the blades
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Indian bhuj.
Bhuj ,the Indian elephant axe, late 18th century. نموذج من سلاح فأس الفيل الهندي ويسمى (فوج) وهو فأس محاربي راكبي الفيلة . وهو… South Asia, Indian Elephant, Ancient Armor, Ancient
Bhuj ,the Indian elephant axe, late 18th century. نموذج من سلاح فأس الفيل الهندي ويسمى (فوج) وهو فأس محاربي راكبي الفيلة . وهو…
an elaborately decorated gold and silver object with a knife sticking out of it's side
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Indian bhuj.
an old style metal object on a white surface
Indian (Sind) bhuj (elephant knife), 18th to 19th century, iron, silver, gold, H. 26 1/4 in. (66.7 cm); H. of blade 8 3/4 in. (22.2 cm); W. 2 7/8 in. (7.3 cm); D. 1 1/8 in. (2.9 cm); Wt. 33.2 oz. (941.2 g), Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935, Met Museum.
an antique silver toothbrush with filigrees on it
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Indian bhuj (axe-knife) with stiletto, Sind | The Met
two different types of knifes with wood handles
Indian bhuj, 19th century, iron shaft with stepped base domed pommel, the pommel top and body as well as three bands on the shaft overlaid with silver koftgari, thick recurved blade with silver overlay, anchored in a bronze elephant head base, a heavy paring weapon for foot combat, 29.25 inches long.
an ornate gold and silver knife with a chain attached to it's handle, on a white background
INDIAN BHUJ-KUTTI) WITH ELEPHANT TERMINAL AND SHEATH, NORTH-WEST INDIA, SINDH, CIRCA 1800. Carved steel blade gilt with engraved foliate designs, handle with elephant's head terminal set with colourful stones, gilt-copper handle with engraved design and concealed dagger blade revealed by unscrewing terminal, carved gilt-copper sheath with wood lining. Dimensions: 63cm.
an old wooden instrument with a long blade sticking out of it's side on a blue background
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Indian bhuj khatti with ivory covered shaft.
four different types of knifes are shown in this image, and there is also an alligator's head on the blade
Indian bhuj (also Kuttai, literally: to cut), known in North East India particularly in Sind. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret. Bordering the old region of Sind, typical short heavy blade, a machete or axe rather than a sword, mounted on a haft that often conceals a dagger. 8 inch blade, brass haft with a tiger head holding the blade, concealed 8 inch dagger, dark violet velvet scabbard with chased brass fittings.
an old knife is laying on the table next to it's sheath and blade
Indian bhuj (also Kuttai, literally: to cut), known in North East India particularly in Sind. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret. Bordering the old region of Sind, typical short heavy blade, a machete or axe rather than a sword, mounted on a haft that often conceals a dagger. 8 inch blade, brass haft with a tiger head holding the blade, concealed 8 inch dagger, dark violet velvet scabbard with chased brass fittings.
three different types of knifes and knives with gold trimming on the handles, two are
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Indian bhuj.
Bhuj, Western India (Kutch), first half of the 19th century, named after the town of Bhuj in Kutch where the form is thought to have originated, and where it remained extremely popular and was commonly produced during the 19th century, broad single-edged blade of diamond section at the point, decorated on each side with a large silver-gilt panel chased with a design of quatrefoil flower-heads with cusped petals against a punched ogival ground. Length: 65.2 cm, blade: 19.7 cm. Design, Art, Chinese Weapons, Fantasy Weapons
Bhuj, Western India (Kutch), first half of the 19th century, named after the town of Bhuj in Kutch where the form is thought to have originated, and where it remained extremely popular and was commonly produced during the 19th century, broad single-edged blade of diamond section at the point, decorated on each side with a large silver-gilt panel chased with a design of quatrefoil flower-heads with cusped petals against a punched ogival ground. Length: 65.2 cm, blade: 19.7 cm.
four different types of knifes with gold and silver decoration on the handles, side by side
The Bhuj, also known as Kuttai (literally: to cut) is a rare type of weapon that was known In India. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret. Bordering the old region of Sind. It has a typical short heavy blade, more of a short machete or an axe rather than a sword, mounted straight on a steel or brass haft. 7 inches serrated blade and steel haft. The rear end has brass figure. The haft is 15 inches long, 26 inch total.
The Bhuj, also known as Kuttai (literally: to cut) is a rare type of weapon that was known In India. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret. Bordering the old region of Sind. It has a typical short heavy blade, more of a short machete or an axe rather than a sword, mounted straight on a steel or brass haft. 7 inches serrated blade and steel haft. The rear end has brass figure. The haft is 15 inches long, 26 inch total. Spears, Weapons Guns
The Bhuj, also known as Kuttai (literally: to cut) is a rare type of weapon that was known In India. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret. Bordering the old region of Sind. It has a typical short heavy blade, more of a short machete or an axe rather than a sword, mounted straight on a steel or brass haft. 7 inches serrated blade and steel haft. The rear end has brass figure. The haft is 15 inches long, 26 inch total.
several different types of knives and spoons on a blue background
The Bhuj, also known as Kuttai (literally: to cut) is a rare type of weapon that was known in North West India particularly in Sind. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret bordering the old region of Sind, 8 inch wide blade, the eleborate haft is finely pierced and chiseled gilded brass with a beautiful tiger head bolster and slave (?) head haft tip. Total length 18 inches. The scabbard is recent.
a knife and sheath are laying next to each other on a blue surface with a red cloth
The Bhuj, also known as Kuttai (literally: to cut) is a rare type of weapon that was known in North West India particularly in Sind. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret bordering the old region of Sind, 8 inch wide blade, the eleborate haft is finely pierced and chiseled gilded brass with a beautiful tiger head bolster and slave (?) head haft tip. Total length 18 inches. The scabbard is recent.
four different types of knifes on a blue background
Indian bhuj (also kuttai, literally: to cut), North West India particularly in Sind. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret. Bordering the old region of Sind. Typical short heavy blade like a machete / axe, chiseled, gilded brass haft concealing a 7in dagger in its rear end, 6 inch wide 15 inches long blade, classical elephant head holding the blade, fabric covered scabbard with two chiseled and gilded mounts, 21 inches long.
an old knife and two knives on a blue background
Indian bhuj (also kuttai, literally: to cut), North West India particularly in Sind. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret. Bordering the old region of Sind. Typical short heavy blade like a machete / axe, chiseled, gilded brass haft concealing a 7in dagger in its rear end, 6 inch wide 15 inches long blade, classical elephant head holding the blade, fabric covered scabbard with two chiseled and gilded mounts, 21 inches long.
two large knives with long blades on them
Indian bhuj or kutti known as "elephant knife", 19" handle,10" knife blade with etched designs, brass elephant head holding the knife blade. It is a weapon native the Sind and to North Western India.
two different types of knifes with long hair on top of each other, one is gold and the other is green
Indian bhuj, likely originated in Bhuj, a city in the Kutch district of Gujerat, double-edged and recurved blade with pronounced central ridge, gilded copper mountsfinely engraved overall, the bolster in the form of a fully-modeled horse's head with horsehair tassel, and a pommel in the form of a tiger's head which unscrews to reveal a concealed dagger. With its velvet-covered wooden scabbard, likewise mounted in finely pierced, embossed and engraved gilt copper,19th century, length 76.4 cm.
Indian bhuj, likely originated in Bhuj, a city in the Kutch district of Gujerat, broad lightly recurved blade with substantial back edge, finely inlaid with silver vinework en suite with the steel haft, gilded copper mounts, including a bolster in the form of a fully-modeled elephant’s head set with four gems, and an urn-shaped pommel which unscrews to reveal a concealed dagger,  velvet covered scabbard with embossed and engraved gilt copper.19th century, length 53.4 cm. Metal Jewellery, Steampunk, Indiana, Vintage, Mughal Paintings
Indian bhuj, likely originated in Bhuj, a city in the Kutch district of Gujerat, broad lightly recurved blade with substantial back edge, finely inlaid with silver vinework en suite with the steel haft, gilded copper mounts, including a bolster in the form of a fully-modeled elephant’s head set with four gems, and an urn-shaped pommel which unscrews to reveal a concealed dagger, velvet covered scabbard with embossed and engraved gilt copper.19th century, length 53.4 cm.
four different views of the same object in three different pictures, each with an intricate design on it
Bhuj Katti Place of Origin: India Date: 19thC
an ornate gold and silver knife with a large blade
Indian bhuj, also known as kuttai (literally: to cut) is a rare type of weapon that was known In India. The name Bhuj, may have come after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret. Bordering the old region of Sind. It has a typical short heavy blade, more of a short machete or an axe rather than a sword, mounted straight on a steel or brass haft.
two ancient roman swords with red and white flags on them, one has a gold handle
Indian (Kutch) bhuj, 19th century.
two knives with gold trimmings and red cloth on the handles, one is holding a knife
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Indian (North) bhuj, early 19th century, elaborately embellished example of characteristic form. Head finely inlaid with silver vinework en suite with that of the steel haft. The mounts of heavily gilded copper, including a bolster in the form of a fully-modeled elephant’s head set with four gems, and an urn-shaped pommel which unscrews to reveal a concealed dagger. With its velvet-covered wooden scabbard.
an old knife with a red and gold cloth on it
Indian (Northern) bhuj, 19th century, hollow round shank made ​​of bronze, originally gilded, floral decor. Removable knob, with concealed knife inside. Basis as a elephant's head, gold, green and red stones. Curved edged blade, gold inlaid floral decoration and midrib on both sides. Wood scabbard covered with red cloth, gilt bronze locket, floral decor. L 62 cm.
three different types of knives with gold and silver trimmings
Indian bhuj, likely originated in Bhuj, a city in the Kutch district of Gujerat, broad lightly recurved blade with substantial back edge, finely inlaid with silver vinework en suite with the steel haft, gilded copper mounts, including a bolster in the form of a fully-modeled elephant’s head set with four gems, and an urn-shaped pommel which unscrews to reveal a concealed dagger, velvet covered scabbard with embossed and engraved gilt copper.19th century, length 53.4 cm.
an old knife with a long blade on top of it next to a metal object
Indian bhuj / Kuttai (literally: to cut), after the city of Bhuj previously the capital of Kutch and now part of Gujaret, known in North West India particularly in Sind, short heavy blade, mounted straight on a metal haft, tulwar shaped handle, 8 in blade with silver koftgari inlay. Steel haft 9 inches long, ending with the classical elephant head figure holding the blade. Tulwar shape steel handle, handle and the haft plated with thick silver, fabric covered scabbard, length 23 inches.
an ornate gold and silver knife with a large blade
Indian (Northern) bhuj, 18th century, steel, gold, gilded silver, gems, wood, velvet.
two different types of knifes with gold and red designs on them, one has a blade
North Indian Bhuj Glaive Dated: beginning of the 19th century Measurements: Overall length 53.4cm An elaborately embellished example of characteristic form which likely originated in Bhuj, a city in the Kutch district of Gujerat. The broad, lightly-recurved blade with substantial back edge is finely inlaid with silver vinework en suite with that of the steel haft.
an old knife and dagger are on display
Indian bhuj, 19th century. www.caravanacollection.com
an ornate gold and silver knife with a green eye on it's blade, against a black background
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Indian (North) bhuj, 18th century, steel, gold, gilded silver, gems.
an image of two bronze elephants on top of each other's heads and swords
Bhuj (Indian elephant Knife), probably dating to the 18th century. 29 1/4” overall. http://www.faganarms.com
a display case with many different types of knives
Indian bhuj and other weapons, Junagarh Fort Museum, India.
an old knife with gold decoration on it's blade is shown in front of a blue background
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Indian bhuj, 19th century.
three different types of knifes and knives with gold accents on the handles, including an ornate design
Indian bhuj, gild metal scabbard with a floral design in relief.
three different types of knifes and knives are shown in two pictures one is gold, the other is silver
Indian bhuj, the haft is of brass decorated in floral design in relief, with a scabbard in velvet, with two mounts of cobber decorated in floral motifs in relief.