Item: is683

Fantastic 19th C. Udaipur style Indian tegha tulwar sword

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    Description

    A truly fantastic antique 19th C. example with a beautiful gold koftgari handle with matching scabbard mounts. The inside of the pommel shows a chiseled off space which is where there would have been a Devangari inscription. Likely the sword was picked up by a Muslim warrior who was offended by the Hindu script and inscription. Otherwise the sword is in excellent condition with nearly no koftgari lossses. The large heavy tegha styleblade is a work of the smith's art made with an excellent damascus pattern highly visible throughout and with a maker marks at the forte filled in with red wax.

    Overall - 34

    Blade- 28

    Blade width - 1.5

    Just an excellent and very beautiful tegha.