10.5" blade length. 18" overall length with scabbard and hilt. Double edged spear tipped blade with triple fullers to top side, and double fullers to obverse side. Item top side has a silver hilt with metal inlaid designs, and a scabbard with similar inlays as well as a ball-point finial. Backside of hilt and scabbard is plain. Item is unmarked. Khanjali daggers were produced heavily during the 18th and 19th centuries in the Georgian and Caucasian regions of Asia. They have been used in the region as a secondary weapon since ancient times, and are believed to be a design based on the Roman gladius, or Greek xiphos short swords.
Good condition. Blade shows a few pit marks. Top side of scabbard and hilt have green tarnishing/oxidation to areas around metal inlays.
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