The Hand of Taurna. A divine blade passed from one Arch-Paladin to the next for several hundred years. Never actually used in combat, the true abilities of it's gleaming edge remain unknown amidst hundreds of legends.
Ottoman yataghan from the Court of Suleyman the Magnificent, 16th c, workshop of Ahmed Tekelü (possibly Iranian, active Istanbul, ca. 1520–30), steel, walrus ivory, gold, silver, rubies, turquoise, pearls, gold incrustation on the blade depicts combat between a dragon and a phoenix, gold-inlaid cloud bands the ivory grips, one of the earliest known yatagans, L. 23 3/8 in. (59.3 cm); blade L. 18 3/8 in. (46.66 cm), Met Museum. Download: https://app.box.com/s/ymgx65d2g6bpgpd3wbow