Indian chilanum, 18th century, iron, gold, leather, H. with sheath 16 3/8 in. (41.6 cm); H. without sheath 15 1/4 in. (38.7 cm); H. of blade 10 13/16 in. (27.5 cm); W. 3 9/16 in. (9 cm); D. 1 in. (2.5 cm); Wt. 11.4 oz. (323.2 g); Wt. of sheath 1.3 oz. (36.9 g), Met Museum.
Indian (North) pesh kabz dager, 19th century, blade of typical straight single-edged form tapering towards the point, the reinforced point of square section, the forte and base of the hilt with possibly later gold-damascened decoration, the hilt deeply carved to receive inlay work now lacking, with motifs of birds in foliage, the velvet covered sheath with gold-damascened mounts, some corrosion 14¾in. (40cm.) long with sheath.
Indian (Coorg / Kodagu) pichangatti, 18th century, steel, silver, wood, coral, possibly stone, H. 11 15/16 in. (30.3 cm); H. of blade 7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm); W. 1 11/16 in. (4.3 cm); D. 1 3/16 in. (3 cm); Wt. 10 oz. (289.2 g), Met Museum.
Indian quiver and arrows. This quiver was a trophy from the Battle of Seringapatam on 4 May the culmination of a campaign against Tipu Sultan of Mysore in Southern India. It was presented to George III by Richard, Earl of Mornington, Governor General