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Totapuri Pesh Kabz

Totapuri Pesh Kabz

Totapuri Pesh Kabz 2

Overall length: 28.5cm

Blade length: 18cm

Width of blade at base: 7mm

Date: Early / Mid 19th Century

Origin: India

A fantastic and very well-balanced fighting Totapuri Pesh Kabz from Rajasthan. The sharp blade is of wootz with a hilt most likely of ivory; there is minor pitting on the base of the blade but this has no effect on the integrity of the piece. This is a full piece that has not been shaved down. The item is named "totapuri" on account of the characteristic recurve shape of the blade reminiscent of a parrot (a "tota"). The spine of the blade has inventory markings similar to many seen from the famed Bikaner Armoury. The edge is beveled and the tip is bevelled for armour-piercing. No movement in the handle and the scales are very well riveted. A very solid dagger typically kept as a daily "personal" item in the waist belt.

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