A chanfron dating: 19th Century provenance: Indopersia Of blued iron, provided with a cusp and three arched mounts, the border decorated by a gilt plaque engraved with floral motifs, at the upper part two gold-inlaid engravings depicting cobras; with ear muffs. Complete with inside stuffing. dimensions: length 68 cm. Bid Start Price: €1200
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Persian tabar-zin (saddle axe), 19th century, Steel axe with a crescent shaped head and single-edged blade. Both sides of the blade reveal a chiselled and gold incrusted decoration, with a large central cartouche filled by an inscription in nasta’liq or Persian calligraphy. On the outside of the cartouche there are two other with Arabic and Persian inscriptions. Blade signed : Al Hāj Hāji Mohammad Esmāil Arbāb. Length: 75 cm; Full Blade Diameter: 18 cm.
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Persian mail and plate armor for horse and cavalry soldier, dating from 1450, this type of armor became the standard type of equipment for the heavy cavalry under the Timurids (1370-1506), the Mongol successor empire which ruled from Samarkand, and under the Ottoman Turks. These cavalry, armed with bow, sword and sometimes lance, were the main component of all medieval Islamic armies. the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.