Iron hilt of “pistol grip” form and excellent quality demonstrated by the use of a brazed base plate in the blade opening, whereas, even the finest of tulwars simply fill the void with adhesive I which the tang is seated. The hilt chiseled in panels of foliage within chevron hatched borders. 26 7/8” wedge section blade of 4 ½ wave form, show distinct needle damask watered steel patterning mixed with scattered light pitting. Good quality example of a type about which very little is known and is not mentioned by Pant or Rawson.
Item ID: A9968

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