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Large carved light green jade ceremonial sword, the curved blade with a low relief stylized dragon on one side with Chinese inscriptions on the other side, the hilt with a dragon head with wide open mouth at the end of the handle. Very good condition. Traces of brown encrustation.  	  	  	1300 AD  	24" x 3 1/2"

Large carved light green jade ceremonial sword, the curved blade with a low…

Leliana urn of scared Ashes trailer

Leliana of The Urn of Sacred Ashes (Dragon Age) trailer

Asian Bronze Sword with an open mouthed dragon head on the handle, with traces of gold gilding. 400-200 BC

Syrian Bronze Sword with an open mouthed dragon head on the handle, with traces of gold gilding.

Sadigh Gallery's Ancient Chinese Jade Ceremonial Sword with a Dragon. Carved jade sword with dragon head handle. Four rings and carved animals on the curved pointed blade. Song Dynasty. 1100 AD

Ancient Chinese Jade Ceremonial Sword with a Dragon. Carved jade sword with dragon head handle. Four rings and carved animals on the curved pointed blade.

Sword and sheath (kastane) with a dragon-headed pommel Steel, chased and embossed gold sheath Travancore, Kerala, India 19th century Museum nos. 2573:1,2(IS)  The kastane is the national sword of Sri Lanka. It typically has a short curved single-edged blade, double-edged at the point. The hilt comprises a knuckle-guard and down-turned quillons, each terminating in a dragon's head.

Sword and sheath (kastane) with a dragon-headed pommel Steel, chased and embossed gold sheath Travancore, Kerala, India century Museum nos. The kastane is the national sword of Sri Lanka. It typically has a short curved single-edged bla

A Tulwar Hilted Indian Kukri with 17' carved blade depicting warriors and floral work borders, iron hilt with disc pommel and dragon head side guard. Early 19th century.

A Tulwar Hilted Indian Kukri with carved blade depicting warriors and floral work borders, iron hilt with disc pommel and dragon head side guard.

Can't tell if the engraved heads (upside down) belong to dragons or snakes.

Pedang Sword Dated: century Provenance: Java (Giava) Medium: steel, brass, wood, gold

EIGHT VINTAGE/ANTIQUE CHINESE WEAPONS Collection of eight various vintage/antique Chinese polearm weapons/standards; several with Buddhist emblems and dragon heads, with bronze and iron ornamentation; H: 98" (tallest); Provenance: Formerly in a collection of Armand J. Labbe, curator with the Bowers Museum; by repute collected after the Boxer Rebellion Circa 1900;

EIGHT VINTAGE/ANTIQUE CHINESE WEAPONS Collection of eight various vintage/antique Chinese polearm weapons/standards; several with Buddhist emblems and dragon heads, with bronze and iron ornamentation; H: 98" (tallest); Provenance: Formerly in a collection of Armand J. Labbe, curator with the Bowers Museum; by repute collected after the Boxer Rebellion Circa 1900;

Ottoman kard (straight dagger), jade hilt, with a ruby set in gold, watered-steel blade, the forte with gold-inlaid inscriptions in a lobed cartouche, niello mount depict a figure, (a sultan?), standing outside a palace with a bird of prey, velvet scabbard, the locket and chape with niello scenes of the sultan, chased and engraved in high relief with an arabesque of tendrils, leaves and hatayi flowers on the reverse, terminating with dragon headed finial clasping a coral bead.

Ottoman kard (straight dagger), jade hilt, with a ruby set in gold, watered-steel blade

Indian katar (push dagger), 19th century, straight double-edged blade, completely silver-inlaid with a dragon's head and floral motifs, iron grip with side bands ending in the shape of drops, double transversal grip thickened at the center, pata-type hooded hand protection with a central rib and ending in the shape of a tiger's head in-the-round, original velvet sheath, brass cape fretworked with floral motifs, the chape was probably replaced.

Indian katar (push dagger), 19th century, straight double-edged blade, completely silver-inlaid with a dragon's head and floral motifs, iron grip with side bands ending in the shape of drops, double transversal grip thickened at the center, pata-type hooded hand protection with a central rib and ending in the shape of a tiger's head in-the-round, original velvet sheath, brass cape fretworked with floral motifs, the chape was probably replaced.

Robust, ridged and double-edged blade with geometrically pierced double fuller at the base. Slightly engraved iron hilt with spirally fluted iron grip and Turk's heads. Edges slightly jagged. ...

Robust, ridged and double-edged blade with geometrically pierced double fuller at the base. Slightly engraved iron hilt with spirally fluted iron grip and Turk's heads. Edges slightly jagged. ...

Indian katar, 18th century, tapering, double edged and grooved blade, the hilt with curved triangular protective guard, its terminal in the form of a dragon head, the hilt incised and decorated with gilt copper overlay forming floral interlace, scabbard made from the bill of a sawfish (carpenter shark),  62.8 cm. long including scabbard.

Indian katar, century, tapering, double edged and grooved blade, the hilt…

10th / 12th Century  Afghanistan  Bronze  Lenght: 14.5 cm  Bronze stirrups with rectangular foot rest. The sides are pierced with holes and the arching straps have dragon-head terminals. The strap loops have birds on either side.  These stirrups are almost identical to an example previously held in the Sarre Collection and perfectly identical to the ones held in the N.D. Khalili collection

10th / 12th Century Afghanistan Bronze Lenght: 14.5 cm Bronze stirrups with rectangular foot rest. The sides are pierced with holes and the arching straps have dragon-head terminals. The strap loops have birds on either side. These stirrups are almost identical to an example previously held in the Sarre Collection and perfectly identical to the ones held in the N.D. Khalili collection

Chinese bronze swords weapon moon knife pair Dragon head powerful old in Antiques, Asian Antiques, China | eBay

Chinese bronze swords weapon moon knife pair Dragon head powerful old

Chinese bronze swords weapon moon knife pair Dragon head powerful old in Antiques, Asian Antiques, China

The Red Dragon of Wales, as depicted on the Welsh National Flag, is a vestige of the dragon carried by the Romans like this one. As they sped into the enemy in battle fire and smoke expelled from the dragon's head. Hence the fire breathing dragon, and yes, some of these Welsh girls can still breathe fire, believe me. So don't cross them!

Late Roman cavalryman with draco.

Dragon naginata

Dragon naginata

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