Serbian Nozh Dagger
- Dated: first half of the 19th century
- Measurements: overall length 46.6 cm
The dagger features a fine, intricately-filigreed silver hilt of yataghan form with broadly-flared, symmetrical ears set with corals on each surface. The straight, single-edged blade has a profiled spine, double fullers and a long clipped tip, struck with stars and crescents. The daggers is presented in its elaborately embossed silver scabbard with characteristic monsterhead finial.
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