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Deccani Khanjar

Place of Origin: Deccan Plateau, India

Date: 17th Century

Overall Length: 360mm

Blade Length: 230mm

Reference: 013

Status: Sold

Full Description:

An unusual and very attractive Indian 'Khanjar' dagger from 17th Century Deccan.

The highly polished and colourful chalcedony grip has a large silver pommel cap with a pierced border and spiralling turban pommel finial. The base of the grip has a silver band of stylised flowers and a eye shaped crosspiece terminating in a pair of bud-shaped terminals, beneath this is a further crosspiece with drooping parrot-head finials.  The finely watered steel blade of Indian crystalline wootz is recurved with a raised central V shaped spine.  

Islamic and Oriental Arms and Armour, R.Hales, 2014, No.114, Page 56. 


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