Himalayan Quartz Dagger India  Carved of quartz from the Himalayan Mountains, decorated with a horse's head and other Mughal themed motifs. Length 14 in.

Himalayan Quartz Dagger India Carved of quartz from the Himalayan Mountains, renowned by metaphysics for its spiritual and healing powers, the present dagger possesses a handle decorated with a horse's head and other Mughal themed motifs. Length 14 in.

A Mughal gem-set jade-hilted koftgari steel Dagger (peshkabz)  Northern India, 19th Century

A Mughal gem-set jade-hilted koftgari steel Dagger (peshkabz) Northern India, Century. The jade stone hilt has been set with red and green stones in gold wire to form rose buds.

A MUGHAL ROCK-CRYSTAL WATERED-STEEL DAGGER NORTH INDIA, BLADE 17TH CENTURY

A Mughal rock crystal watered-steel dagger, Northern India, blade century…

Details of a Mughal Dagger  •Unknown Artist / Maker  •Dated: 1562  •Culture: Delhi, India  •Medium:  steel, rock crystal, gold, rubies, emeralds, diamonds

Mughal Dagger Dated: circa 1625 Culture: Mughal Place of Origin: India Medium & Techniques: velvet, steel, ruby, gold, emerald; inlaid and incised Measurements: overall length

AN INDIAN TALWAR, THE HILT DECORATED WITH SILVER KOFTGARI PATTERNS OF FLOWERS, early 19th century.

AN INDIAN TALWAR, THE HILT DECORATED WITH SILVER KOFTGARI PATTERNS OF FLOWERS, early 19th century.

Indian talwar 1935, made for the silver jubilee of Osman Ali Khan, Asf Jah, the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad (at the time the richest man in the world.

*INDIA ~ Indian talwar made for the silver jubilee of Osman Ali Khan, Asf Jah, the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad (at the time the richest man in the world.

This talwar belonged to Dara Shikoh once. That kind of explains the beauty of it. Dara Shikoh was just being fancy fancy all the time.

Indian talwar / tulwar, c, watered steel blade, Persian inscription stating…

Dagger (khanjar) with jade hilt, made in Hyderabad, India in the mid 18th century

Dagger (khanjar) with jade hilt, made in Hyderabad, India in the mid century.

Indian Miniature, Female musicians Wedding of Aurangzeb

Choli tops all the same colour, mostly with short sleeves Female musicians at Aurangzeb's wedding - Mughal

Mughal rock crystal cup. It was most likely made in the 17th/18th century for the ruling court of the Mughal Empire in India, and then embellished in 1867 when the London jeweler Robert Phillips added a delicate gold, enamel and stone mounted foot-rim. Recently sold at auction for over 200K.

Carved Rock Crystal Bowl, mughal, c.London jeweler Robert Phillips added a delicate gold, enamel and stone mounted foot-rim.

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