The Vietnamese two-handed saber.
Source: Classical literature
Signed an Ottoman bow made in late 1824 or 1825.
A style of Indian sword hilt
A style of Indian sword hilt.
A hereditary Chinese warrior class who served the Qing under the Chinese Eight Banners.
A Japanese maker of sword mounts, active in the Edo period.
Manchu word for scabbard.
Chinese term for the "painted birch bark" often covering composite bows.
A type of pattern welding known in English as twist-core.
The Chinese tiger fork.
A type of Chinese double swords with D-shaped guards.
A very large spear issued to the cavalry contingent of the Guard Division.
A traditional fire-making pouch.
A large hunting spear in use by the Qing dynasty Tiger spear division.
An elite unit of Qing imperial guardsmen that accompanied the emperor into dangerous hunting grounds.
A type of dha made by the Chinese Shan in Husa Valley, Yunnan.
Qing Chinese word for a disc guard.
Literally "arrow-makers", a Sinhalese class of craftsmen that did wood turning and lacquer work.
The Imperial Bodyguard of the Qing dynasty.
"Boar's eye", a heart-shaped pattern commonly used in Japanese art.
Sinhala for "blade".
Sinhalese word for "arrow".
Persian word meaning "demon's tooth", used to describe daggers.
Manchu word for quiver. Also means "right hand".