46.5 inches long (that’s 1.1811 meters) and 6.5 inches across.
WHO THE FUCK.
GODDAMMIT United Cutlery, this is what happens when Bud K buys you. You start producing ugly monstrosities. I could have sworn this was a Marto based on the gaudy and over-sized design aesthetic.
You’re grounded, UC.
Of course, if I’d paid closer attention to Kit Rae’s work the last couple of years I would ground you earlier. WTF IS THAT SHIT.
- Dated: late 16th - early 17th century
- Culture: Andalusian or Italian (Venice)
- Medium: steel, silver, wood
- Measurements: 41.3 cm overall length in scabbard
A rare type, probably Andalusian or Venetian, this dagger has a he hilt made of silver with openwork quatrefoil pommel and quillons curled down toward the straight, quadrangular-section blade with extensive profiling and struck at the forte with an armorer’s mark. The scabbard of wood covered in fabric with profiled silver mounts, the locket recessed for a silver bodkin.
Source: Copyright © 2013 Auction Flex
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The rapier of Christian II, Elector of Saxony
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- Dated: circa 1600
- Culture: German
- Measurements: length 187cm
Straight, double-edged blade of lenticular section, tang outlined at the borders with hooks bent toward the quillon. Iron hilt with wide quillons decorated with rosettes, large rings with knots and notches and a flower-shaped pommel with raised waves.
Sword Length: 6 feet 1.6 inches
My Height: 5 feet 1 inches
- Dated: 19th century
- Culture: Indian, Assam, Naga
The main characteristic of the sword is the offset blade.
Source & Copyright: © Royal Armouries
Details of a Mughal Dagger
- Unknown Artist / Maker
- Dated: 1562
- Culture: Delhi, India
- Medium: steel, rock crystal, gold, rubies, emeralds, diamonds
- Measurements: Length: 39 cm; weight: 0.31 kg, without scabbard
The hilt of this magnificent Mughal dagger is fashioned from rock crystal inlaid with gold and set with rubies, emeralds and diamonds. The name “Claud Martin” is lightly inscribed in tiny letters on one panel of the stone, half-way up the grip.
Claude Martin was a Frenchman who fought against the British in India, but changed sides following the siege and fall of Pondicherry in 1790-1. He joined the army of the British East India Company as an Ensign.
He worked his way up through the ranks to become Major General in charge of the Lucknow Arsenal. He is recorded as having been an enthusiastic collector of princely Mughal Indian arms and armour, so this dagger was presumably once his.
Source & Copyright: The Wallace Collection
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Late 16th century Italian sword breaker