Indian khula-khud (helmet), char-aina (chahar-aina, chahar a’ineh), literally the four mirrors, chest armor with four plates, dastanas/bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), silk padded mail armour jacket and trousers, cotton padding covering a layer of steel mail, the inside lining decorated with small floral sprays on a cream ground, a pair of steel slippers with leather attachments, firangi sword, cloth quiver with arrows, jacket 74 cm. long, trousers 100 cm. long, end of the 18th century.
Persian armor, khula-khud (helmet), char-aina (chahar-aina, chahar a’ineh), literally the four mirrors, bazu band (vambrace/arm guards), sipar (shield), attributed to Shah Solaymān I (1666-94), probably made in Isfahan in 1680. For centuries Polish aristocratic families have had examples of Persian weaponry in their personal collections that were transformed only in the 19th century into museum-type collections, later often donated to museums.The National Museum in Krakow.