An extremely fine late 18th, early 19th century Burmese Dha knife. The broad, thick blade is single edged and slightly curved finishing in a point. The hilt is made from a cylinder of ivory with fine age cracks and terminates in a silver ferrule with fine decoration. The scabbard is of wood covered overall in sheet silver and is finely decorated with swirling designs to the front and rear. The top part of the scabbard retains its original red cord binding with red and cream tassels. Overall a superb example of its type.
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