An ancient Asian cast bronze ceremonial sword 'Samrit / Angkor', bearing Buddhist and Hindu symbols, most probably from either Thailand or Cambodia between the 9th to the 15th centuries. The blade which is decorated for 50% of its length has the 3 headed crowned elephant known as 'Airaavatha or Erawan' a symbol of greatness, together with a winged Buddha with 3 headed crown a seated Buddha and a gruesome face. This pattern is repeated on both sides. The pommel on the hilt is once again formed from 3 crowned elephant heads, with the grip in panels of geometric form. This is a truly rare and amazing item.
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