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Indian (Sriringapatna) khula khud, 18th century, watered steel, chiselled wiith gold kaftkari decoration that originally had gold overlaid embellishment, now mostly missing. Transferred from the India Museum in 1879. It was said in the very brief records that came with the helmet to have been taken at the Siege of Seringapatam in 1799, when the British forces defeated Tipu Sultan, ruler of Mysore in South India. V&A Museum, England.

Helmet, Mughal, century - Sriringapatna, India (made) _ Forged steel, decorated with gold kuftkari

Three Indo-Persian jarid (javelin) and scabbard.This was a military as well as the sporting weapon and some Turkish and Persian riders were quite adept in hitting their target from full gallop. Marsigly describes bouts at the Court of the Ottoman Sultan where the riders would square off against one another and try to score points by throwing blunt jarids with the intention of hitting the opponent in the head.

Three Indo-Persian jarid (javelin) and scabbard.This was a military as well as the sporting weapon and some Turkish and Persian riders were quite adept in hitting their target from full gallop. Marsigly describes bouts at the Court of the Ottoman Sultan w

Northern Indian tabar (axe), 19th century, crescent shaped head with a brass covered steel blade decorated with engraved arabesque motifs The counter blade has an elephant surrounded by tigers made of forged brass. The handle is completely covered in brass, ornamented with a vegetal themed chisel work. It is finished by a lotus button which serves as a handle for a small dagger hidden inside it. Length: 56 cm; Axe’s Blade Length: 13 cm; Dagger’s Blade Length: 26 cm

Northern Indian tabar (axe), century, crescent shaped head with a brass covered steel blade decorated with engraved arabesque motifs The counter blade has an elephant surrounded by tigers made of forged brass. The handle is completely covered in bras

Indian dagger, 18th century, steel, jade, silver, H. 13 13/16 in. (35.1 cm); H. of blade 9 in. (22.9 cm); W. 2 13/16 in. (7.1 cm); Wt. 13.1 oz. (371.4 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Whilst his peers are gifted amazing swords with incredible powers, Lyken Vallely is given the Gemini/Twin Blades, denoting his weakness with weapons. He's a weak Warlock too and therefore believes himself cursed.

62 plate koboshi kabuto (helmet), ni-mai hon kozane dou / do (cuirass) gusoku (suit of armor), Edo period (early 18th century), kabuto by Myochin Nagamichi.

62 plate koboshi kabuto (helmet), ni-mai hon kozane dou (cuirass) gusoku (suit of armor), Edo period (early century), kabuto by Myochin Nagamichi.

Japanese Armor

Armour with a hishinui-do, kebiki-laced sode and kusazuri, and zunari kabuto. Styling appears to be Momoyama period, but likely a modern reproduction.