Ottoman Circassian Antique Silver Niello Work Dagger W/ Damascus Steel & Sheath For Sale
an a n t i q u e Ottoman-Circassian silver & niello work dagger w/damascus steel & bone handle in itsleather sheath53.3 cm in length (total) 517 grThis is an Ottoman-Circassian dagger with silver-niello work pieces on the sheath and handle. The blade looks like "damascus steel". The handle is made of bone.
It is in very good condition for age with some usual wear of use, with pitting on the blade.(See all picts for best description)a very nice autheticdecor at home a valuable collection piece a must for collectioners
P.S. Item is guaranteed to be as described and if for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase just return it in its original condition within 3 days and I’ll cheerfully return your purchase price except shipping fee.
Item will be send by registered mail. So the shipping costs below to every destination contains registered mail fee.
I gladly combine your items to reduce your shipping costs and make you happy with your purchases and my service. Pls., just ask what can I do best for you.
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Almost all items listed here belong to a different culture bunch, Ottoman/Turkish culture in the mid and its surrounding cultures spreading from Balkans to Central Asia, from Caucasus to Middle East, which bloomed many tausend kilometers far from you.
The most items are collectibles as they are either rareor primitive or antique or hand made (knotted.., sewed.., shaped.., forged.., wrought.., hammered by hand). They mostly don’t have any name or mark on the surface. They are anonymous and produced by no name artisans of the wide geography mentioned above.
Taking into account that these items are appearing rare and getting harder to find from day to day even in Turkey, I am sure that you will not miss out the opportunity I offer you. Thank you for looking and wish you “Good luck”.