We offer a wide selection antiques from the Islamic world and which represent many periods in the wide and varied history of the Islamic world. These collectibles are originally from modern day Persia, Turkey, Iraq, Morocco, United Arabian Emirates, etc. but which originate most often in the regions formerly governed by the Ottoman Empire, the Safavid and Qajar Persian empires and other smaller potentates from the Emirs of North Africa to the tribal regions of the Arabian Peninsula to the refined culture of the Mughals in India and even the Islamic kingdoms of South India in the Deccan. These magnificent lands provided many of our innovations in science, social life, culture, music and in the art of war and in the technology of early modern warfare.
We are offer many different Arabian, Ottoman, Indian, and Persian daggers, swords, axes and knives, ancient Islamic artifacts, and etc. Items are uniquely decorated with carving and often original decorative ironwork embellished with gold and silver koftgari and sometimes inlaid with precious stones.
Please get acquainted with the list of Islamic and Persian antiques weapons for sale and contact us for further details.
سيوف سلطان سلطاني تاريخ حضارة إسلامي مزاد فن خط تحف متحف انتيك سيف خنجر درع طوبقابي اصوفيا اصالة
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Middle East, Turkey & Persia
A fine example of an Ottoman Turkish war arrow from the 17 to 18th c. Retaining the original armor-piercing iron tip and the thin wooden form likely made of pine, the feathers now somewhat tattered.
A rare survivor of a deeply important archery culture. In an article from Journal of the Society of Archer-Antiquaries, volume 4, 1961 by Fred Isles, a number of unique elements of Turkish flight arrows were discussed which can be seen on this example.
"It will be noticed that the shape of the Turkish nock -- with its narrow entrance that springs apart to admit the ...
This is one of the more interesting daggers we've had. It's form is overall of an Arabian peninsula jambiya, but the heavy and substantial size of the dagger and the solid silver fittings with niello decoration point to Southern Iraq or Persian workmanship.
The niello decoration of marsh scenes are some of the finest we've seen on a dagger of this period which dates to the 1920s-1940s. The inscription on the dagger notes that it was presented to a "Col. M.V. Bates" of the U.S.A in 1940. It is likely that Colonel Bates was in the OSS and on mission in the region, especially at a ...