A very good example of an Indian 19th Century Pesh Kabz Dagger. These very distinctive Indo-Persian daggers were carried throughout Northern India and Persian during the 18th and 19th Centuries. This example comprises a Jadeite grip with inset brass rivets and banded decoration. The plain blade has a very well tempered multifullerd blade with a wicked point and a strengthening spine. An attractively aesthetic piece. In good overall condition with some commensurate age wear to the blade. One side of the slab grip is missing. These old Indian daggers are becoming quite scarce and this piece is a fine example and also comes complete with a wooden scabbard that has been bound with crimson material. Blade length is 8.5 inches (12.5 inches overall).
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