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Das is letting go of a few pieces..

 

beautifully crafted massive antique kukri for sale.
Horn craved handle with silver pins. These aren't metal as they aren't magnetic. 
Huge size heavy blade at 950grams but with very good balance.
Last two images show a regular sized kukri for reference. note this listing is only for the large kukri not the pair.
total length just under 20 inches
£245 plus postage

beautifully crafted 19th c wootz pesh kabz kard for sale.
Natural cream handle material 
comes with leather scabbard.
The blade has a wootz pattern showing. Could do with a polish to bring it out more.
total length just under 15 inches in scabbard. 
£275 plus postage

beautifully crafted 19th c antique tabar for sale.
Has the original wooden shaft with beautiful brass flower rossets.
The spike at the top can be unscrewed. The head some decoration and copper human figures inlayed.
total length just under 28 inches

£350 plus postage

Email me on singh_the_end@hotmail.co.uk to purchase or enquire.

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