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Messer Klappsense lohar aus Afghanistan No: MS/17 - orientart

Messer Klappsense lohar aus Afghanistan No: MS/17 - orientart

A preening Parrot. Northern India, Mughal, 17th - 18th century - Brass Finial in the Form of a Parrot

A preening Parrot. Northern India, Mughal, 17th - 18th century - Brass Finial in the Form of a Parrot

Mosque lamp | 19th century | possibly Syria or Europe | Islamic | Glass; enameled | Dimensions: H. 10 in. (25.4 cm) Diam. of rim 6 3/4 in. (17.15 cm) | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mosque lamp | 19th century | possibly Syria or Europe | Islamic | Glass; enameled | Dimensions: H. 10 in. (25.4 cm) Diam. of rim 6 3/4 in. (17.15 cm) | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sylvian Meschia, spent his childhood in Algeria where he learned about Arabic calligraphy and Berber culture. An avid reader of poetry and an interest of Oriental art has recently inspired him to create work which combines Japanese brushwork with Arabic calligraphy. This work expresses his core belief in the fusion of people and cultures.

Sylvian Meschia, spent his childhood in Algeria where he learned about Arabic calligraphy and Berber culture. An avid reader of poetry and an interest of Oriental art has recently inspired him to create work which combines Japanese brushwork with Arabic calligraphy. This work expresses his core belief in the fusion of people and cultures.

Afgan lohar, the traditional pick/ axe / dagger of the Banochie tribe from the Khayber pass area. Each man in the tribe makes and decorates a lohar. Lohar can be one piece or folding. The 5 ½ inch blade folds into the brass handle. It has an engraved dot pattern. It locks in the "open” position by a catch at the rear side of the handle. The brass handle folds into the bone grip, with a locking catch at the pommel,  total length 12 1/2 inches, 19th to 20th century…

Afgan lohar, the traditional pick/ axe / dagger of the Banochie tribe from the Khayber pass area. Each man in the tribe makes and decorates a lohar. Lohar can be one piece or folding. The 5 ½ inch blade folds into the brass handle. It has an engraved dot pattern. It locks in the "open” position by a catch at the rear side of the handle. The brass handle folds into the bone grip, with a locking catch at the pommel, total length 12 1/2 inches, 19th to 20th century…

Saber, blade and guard, 19th century; grip, 18th century. Blade and guard, Turkish; grip, Indian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935 (36.25.1293) #sword

Saber, blade and guard, 19th century; grip, 18th century. Blade and guard, Turkish; grip, Indian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935 (36.25.1293) #sword

Saber (Tulwar) with Scabbard Date: blade, dated 1673; hilt, 19th century Culture: Indian Medium: Steel, silver, diamonds, enamel, leather Dimensions: Blade length, 31 1/2 in. (80.01 cm) Classification: Swords Credit Line: Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935 Accession Number: 36.25.1591a, b

Saber (Tulwar) with Scabbard Date: blade, dated 1673; hilt, 19th century Culture: Indian Medium: Steel, silver, diamonds, enamel, leather Dimensions: Blade length, 31 1/2 in. (80.01 cm) Classification: Swords Credit Line: Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935 Accession Number: 36.25.1591a, b

Pilgrim Flask Object Name: Pilgrim flask Date: early 17th century Geography: India, Deccan or Northern India Medium: Brass; cast Dimensions: H. 9 5/8 in. (24.4 cm) W. 9 1/2 in. (24.1 cm) Diam. 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm) Classification: Metal

Pilgrim Flask Object Name: Pilgrim flask Date: early 17th century Geography: India, Deccan or Northern India Medium: Brass; cast Dimensions: H. 9 5/8 in. (24.4 cm) W. 9 1/2 in. (24.1 cm) Diam. 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm) Classification: Metal

Jar, Mamluk period (1250–1517), 14th century Syria Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze

Jar, Mamluk period (1250–1517), 14th century Syria Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze

Detail. Dagger and Sheath. About 1605–27. Indian. Gold, rubies, green glass, steel

Detail. Dagger and Sheath. About 1605–27. Indian. Gold, rubies, green glass, steel

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