The second is a single tipped Qajar dynasty spear, heavily worn, yet you can still see the floral designs faintly where over abundant polishing took place. Pole has a rare carved grip section at the rear 1/3rd of staff, also very rare to find is a spiked steel foot/spike. I believe this may have been a palace guard spear at one time. Blade is somewhat sharp, tip highly pointed.
Signs of some metalwork repair along the top of collar. We offer this as a set of (2)two spears, to enhance a collection of antique Indian and Persian arms and armor.These weapons would also make a fantastic decor in a man cave, or personal palace. As well as other related weapons and accessories. Key word, shamshir, Kilij, Iran, halberd, javelin, tegha, tulwar, speer, lanca, mace, axe, armour, dagger, saber, sword, shield, sipar, dhal, islamic, ottoman, katar, chilanum. Pair of Antique 19th C Persian Qajar Spears - Sufi Lances / Palace Guard Spears. The item "Pair of Antique 19th C Persian Qajar Spears Sufi Lances / Palace Guard Spears" is in sale since Saturday, April 3, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Middle East". The seller is "worldlinkagent3" and is located in Berkeley, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.