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BICHAWA, Dagger ca. 1576 – 1625 Southern India – Tanjore Maratha - Viajayanagara Kingdom (1336-1646)

CHILANUM, Dagger ca. 1776-1825 South India - Viajayanagara Kingdom (1336-1646)

Mughal dagger

Dagger with Zoomorphic Hilt Object Name: Dagger Date: second half 16th century

Bichawa dagger: ca. 1576 – 1625 Southern India – Tanjore Maratha - Viajayanagara Kingdom (1336-1646)

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 (19th Century CE Persia)

Crutch Dagger (17th Century CE India)

Dagger with Sheath

Dagger (Khanjar) with Sheath. Date: 18th–19th century. Culture: Indian. Medium: Wood, steel, coral, brass, silver.

Dagger (Khanjar). Date: 18th–19th century. Culture: Indian. Medium: Jade, steel, iron, gold, ruby.

Dagger (Chilanum) Date: 17th century Culture: Indian, Mahratta Medium: Steel, brass, silver, silk

Jeweled and Enameled Ram’s Head Dagger •Object Name: Dagger •Date: 18th–19th century •Geography: India, probably Jaipur

Indian bichawa dagger, 1576 – 1625, Southern India – Tanjore Maratha - Viajayanagara Kingdom (1336-1646), steel, brass. The Bichawa, is an Indian dagger with a blade whose shape dates back to ancient times, with a double edge it is curved in the shape of a scorpion’s (bichawa) sting, from where it got its name. Full Length: 32, 5 cm Blade Length: 20, 5 cm. http://www.caravanacollection.com/

Indian zaghnal (war hammer / pick), The Wallace Collection, Oriental Room, London UK.

TABAR, Battle Axe with dagger - 19th century Northern India Steel, copper, brass.

Dagger with Sheath Date: 19th century Culture: Moroccan Medium: Steel, brass, silver, wax MET

An Ottoman coral-set walrus ivory-hilted steel Dagger - Turkey

A JADE HILTED DAGGER WITH DAMASCENED BLADE, INDIA, 19TH CENTURY AND LATER

AN INDIAN STEEL-HILTED DAGGER, 18TH-19TH CENTURY

Dagger and Sheath. About 1605–27. Mughal India. Gold, rubies, green glass, steel Met museum