A type of Indian closed hilt design.
A Japanese maker of sword mounts, active in the Edo period.
Burmese trade name of the lin gin, a machete-like sword.
Burmese for spear, lance, or javelin.
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.
Chinese for the handguard of a weapon.
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".
Nepali word for steel.
Sinhalese word for "arrow".
Prominent Hamburg-based ethnographic art dealer and museum. Active 1868-1979.
Persian word meaning "demon's tooth", used to describe daggers.
A double-pointed push dagger.