A long two handed Dha sword from Thailand, fully mounted in silver. The handle with an engraved silver covered grip, banded either side with filigree silver wire and terminating in a bud pommel. Fluted collar leading to the blade, which is gently curved. Collection number painted at base of blade. The scabbard with panels of engraved floral scrolling allover. 19th century.
lovely quality Indian dagger ‘Khanjarli’ with ivory lunette shaped grip and pommel, star silver rivets and dark patinated watered steel blade circa 1800
A very good condition antique Tribal Indian Axe ‘Bullova’ from the Gond/khond tribe of Orissa in india, large moustache shaped steel blade, brass mounts and top spike, another example also coming with rare straight edged blade of ‘chopper’ style 19th century
A superb early Bronze Lantaka deck cannon or swivel gun from Northen Borneo /Brunei. These ornate bronze canons were typically used along the gunwales and decks of ships, most notoriously those used by the Malay pirates who were active in the South China Seas around Borneo and the Philippines. This examples is small, cast from heavy bronze and ornate with a cast crocodile mounted to the front, and also most interestingly has an exploded breech section showing a failure during active firing!! 19th century or earlier
Fine Moro or malay Silver mounted ‘[Budiak’ Spears 19th century!! with twistcore blades, and large silver collars beautifully chiselled, very fine quality weapons, the steel watered blades are pattern welded damascus, one with wavy-keris-like blade. these spears originate from the South Philippines. added