Indian (Mahratta) chilanum dagger, 17th century, steel, brass, silver, silk Dimensions: H. 10 5/8 in. (27 cm); H. of blade 7 1/2 in. (19.1 cm); W. 2 11/16 in. (6.8 cm); Wt. 8.1 oz. (229.6 g), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.
A presentation dagger category A Selection of Fine Arms I provenance France dating third quarter of the 19th Century
Draco Dagger, by Omega Artworks. One of our most ornate daggers. This is a large hilt. A detailed dragon at the base of the hilt with the wings of the dragon forming a knuckle guard. The pommel is a dragons claw with a egg shaped gemstone in it's grasp.
Paige: I like the idea of Fitz having a staff or longsword or axe to defend himself with. I also want the weapon we choose to reflect their planet's history.
Sword of Captain Richard French Ames Manufacturing Company (American, Chicopee, Massachusetts, 1829–1935)
Indian (possibly Kutch) pesh kabz / karud shaped blade, 19th century, watered-steel blade of typical long tapering shape, the gold-damascened decoration with floral spray to the bridge and interlocking foliated palmettes to the hilt, the original hilt replaced with a rock-crystal grip and the pommel in the form of an elephant head, possibly added later, 17¼in. (44cm.).
Indian ankus (elephant goad), Nayaka period, probably early 17th century, 70.14 cm (27 5/8 in.). Museum of Fine Arts Boston.