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A fine early 19th century Persian Qajar (Jambya) dagger, pro...

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A fine early 19th century Persian Qajar (Jambya) dagger, probably Iranian, with waisted walrus ivory handle, ornately carved with a seated woman surrounded by a pierced floral ground, between two borders of calligraphy, the reverse with a central shaped medallion, bordered by geometric patterns, curved steel blade with central, raised rib and floral raised, overlaid gold designs, in a shagreen, mounted, carved wood sheath with brass end and green cord attachment, 9 1/2" l, approx, total length

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Auction Date: 4th Jul 2018 at 10:30am

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Sale Dates:
4th Jul 2018 10:30am (Lots 1 to 314)