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A MOTHER-OF-PEARL HILTED DAGGER, INDIA, 17TH CENTURY  A single-edged tapering watered-steel blade with pistol-grip hilt decorated with chevron plaques of mother-of-pearl secured with brass pins.

Mother of Pearl handled dagger, India, century. A single-edged tapering watered-steel blade with pistol-grip hilt decorated with chevron plaques of mother-of-pearl secured with brass pins.

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Sabre & Sheath. 19th Century, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Iranian blade and steel, gold, diamonds, emeralds and pearls. The entire handle was skilfully crafted from a piece of solid jade. This is a ceremonial sword, used for an investiture ceremony. This sword is a perfect symbol of the luxury, extravagance and workmanship in the Ottoman Empire

Saber with Scabbard Date: century Culture: Turkish Medium: Steel, gold, diamonds, emeralds, pearls

Street vendor, Jakarta, Indonesia

Image detail for -Street Vendors, Jakarta, Indonesia.sate' in the streets.

Contemporary 18k White Gold Blue and Pink Sapphire & Diamond Pendant By Oro Trend Italy

Contemporary White Gold Blue and Pink Sapphire & Diamond Pendant By Oro Trend Italy

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København, Sjælland, Nationalmuseet, Roskilde cross, Byzantine reliquary cross of gold, ~1100 A.D. It contains a splinter of the true cross. The front is adorned with 7 pearls & 15 precious stones, the back with filigree. It was found in 1806 in the rood cross of the Domkirke in Roskilde.

Byzantine reliquary cross of gold, A. It contains a splinter of the true cross. The front is adorned with 7 pearls & 15 precious stones, the back with filigree. It was found in 1806 in the rood cross of the Domkirke in Roskilde.

COLLIER 1er Siécle ap. J.C. - AFGHANISTAN.  It was fond at Tilla Tepe

A first century collar necklace from a tomb in Tillia Tepe, Afghanistan. Photo by Thierry Ollivier/Muse Guimet/Getty Images. Ancient Jewelry Photo Gallery - First Century Collar Necklace - Pictures of Ancient Jewelry

Patag, ca. 1750–ca. 1850 (Metropolitan Museum of Art) A patag, also known as patang, is a type of Asian sword characterized as having a straight single-edged blade. Patags are traditionally produced in Bhutan.

Patag, ca. 1850 (Metropolitan Museum of Art) A patag, also known as patang, is a type of Asian sword characterized as having a straight single-edged blade. Patags are traditionally produced in Bhutan.

Ottoman dagger, part of a matching rifle set, 1732-1733, steel, decorated with gold, rubies.

# Ottoman dagger, part of a matching rifle set, steel, decorated with gold, rubies.