The iconic throwing ring. 9 3/8" diameter with the sharpened outer edge and rounded inner for handling and throwing. Consisting of boldly patterned watered steel with the pattern evident throughout. Specific to the Sikhs of northwest India. These were used for demonstrations of skills and made famous in the James Bond film, Goldfinger, where Oddjob concealed one in his hat brim and used it with fatal results.
Item ID: UC4794

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