Russian Bukhara or Turkish Wootz Damascus TABAR Axe (shamshir). Please Check back regularly for new listings of quality weapons. A powerful and early example of the Tabar battle-axe from the Bukhara (Uzbekistan) region of the Russian Empire, featuring an exceptionally well forged steel head of destinctive form, showing fine and very active Wootz damascus steel patterns with nice gray patina evenly distributed throughout and areas of fine pitting. Mounted with a wooden shaft covered in its original green velvet fabric and having domed silver finials adorned with traditional Niello enamel decorations.
Solid and intact overall with expected wear consistent with the extensive age of this rare and very impressive weapon. Overall : 25 3/4" Blade : 6" Striking edge : 3 7/8. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item "Very Good 18th C. Russian Bukhara or Turkish Wootz Damascus TABAR Axe (shamshir)" is in sale since Thursday, February 6, 2020.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\1784-1860\Original Period Items". The seller is "antiqueblades" and is located in Saint Petersburg, Florida.
This item can be shipped worldwide.