London, South Kensington
29 April 2005
A CAUCASIAN KINDJAL, 19TH CENTURY
The damascened and inlaid horn handle with interlocking circular foliate design, the straight blade with central ridge, tapering towards the end, the leather scabbard and belt with damascened mounts and small Qur'an holder -- 22½in. (57.2cm.) long.
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