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A Swept-hilt Rapier, English, c. 1605-15 .  An exceptionally rare example of…

A Swept-hilt Rapier, English, c. 1605-15 . An exceptionally rare example of…

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Pair of wedding knives | John Jencks |  Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made)  Date: 1600-1625 (made)  Artist/Maker: Jencks, John (Joseph) (maker)  Materials and Techniques: Steel, gold, silver, amber, linen, leather, silk, silk thread, silver-gilt threads; damascened, hand sewn, hand embroidered  Credit Line: Bequeathed by Sir Frederick Richmond, Bt  Museum number: T.55 to B-1954  Gallery location: British Galleries, room 58c, case 5

Pair of wedding knives

Pair of wedding knives | John Jencks | Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: 1600-1625 (made) Artist/Maker: Jencks, John (Joseph) (maker) Materials and Techniques: Steel, gold, silver, amber, linen, leather, silk, silk thread, silver-gilt threads; damascened, hand sewn, hand embroidered Credit Line: Bequeathed by Sir Frederick Richmond, Bt Museum number: T.55 to B-1954 Gallery location: British Galleries, room 58c, case 5

c. 1600 - 25 samet višito zlatou astříbrnou nitía říční perli. 22cm × w 2.5cm × h 3.4cm

c. 1600 - 25 samet višito zlatou astříbrnou nitía říční perli. 22cm × w 2.5cm × h 3.4cm

Pair of wedding knives; steel blades, rounded at the end and stamped with the maker's mark; the handles are of silver ornamented with filigree and enamelled green and lilac; one handle is damaged; the sheath is embroidered with silver and gold with lozeng

Pair of wedding knives; steel blades, rounded at the end and stamped with the maker's mark; the handles are of silver ornamented with filigree and enamelled green and lilac; one handle is damaged; the sheath is embroidered with silver and gold with lozeng

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