Antique 17th century Islamic Persian Safavid Bazu Band Armor
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SOLD A Fine antique 17th - 18th century Persian Safavid Dynasty Islamic Bazu Band armour formed of a gutter –shaped plate, decorated throughout with finely pierced openwork, with three cusped cartouches comprising calligraphic Arabic inscriptions, highlighted with gold koftgari, enriched with minute brass studs. The rim bordered with a chased floral band. The interior with metal sheet lining, revealing a shiny rosy finish.
REFERENCES: Splendeur Des Armes Orientales, Howard Ricketts and Philippe Missillier,d'Acte-Expo, Paris, 4 May - 31 July 1988 Page 66. No .88.
CONDITION: Signs of age and usage, gold koftgari worn, the bottom with rust spots, one of the corners corroded, however, still in good condition considering its age.
MEASUREMENTS: Overall length: 30.5 cm (12 in). Width of the Bazuband alone: 10.3 cm (4 in).
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- Militaria & Weapons
- 17th century
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