Yataghan crnosapac, 19th century

Yataghan so-called crnosapac whose steel blade is 58.5 cm long, has a full length on the left side, daubed in silver, an inscription in Turkish decorated with arabesques. The right side of the blade is also decorated with arabesques in the same technique along its entire length. The handle, made of black horn, with moderate “ears”, is chained with metal that continues on the blade. The cladding of the handle is with gilded and silver-plated ornaments made of cast floral motifs, rosettes and granules connected by twisted wire.

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