Tibetan sword form Bhutan

This Tibetan sword (or glaive) is extremely rare.
It comes from Bhutan, a Himalayan kingdom of Tibetan culture, and dates from the 19th century.
The blade, wide and thick, has two gutters with a beautiful gray patina.
The scabbard is made of a single wooden plank hollowed out in the shape of the blade, and the latter is held by two silver bracelets each bearing an inlay of turquoise. A small silver button with flower decoration is located on the bottom of the scabbard.
The hilt and guard are covered with silver filigree.
Leather suspension lace.
Excellent state of conservation and very nice general patina.

Dimensions:
Blade length = 46 cm
Blade width = 4 cm
Blade thickness = 0.6 cm

1200 €

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