Indian sosun pattah sword, mid 17th century. Damascus steel, silver, wood, velvet Measurements: overall length 89.2 cm The old Indian hilt is finely forged, with characteristic plate guard and delicate silver inlay overall. the long, broad blade of Hindu form has a shallow fuller and broad tip. The forte features Genoa-type marks and an inlaid brass disk. The sword is presented in its velvet-covered wooden scabbard.
Indian (mughal) steel mace, eight knife edged flanges below a rounded finial, cylindrical haft with a Khanda sword type basket hilt.
Indian shishpar (flanged mace), probably late 18 or early 19 century. The flanged head with its five blades is 6 inches tall. Handle is in the shape of a Khanda sword basket hilt, 9 inches long with the pommel spike. Total length 38 inches. http://www.oriental-arms.co.il/