Knife - Leather, Steel, Wood, Iron - Nepal - Second half 20th century

Description
Knife - Leather, Steel, Wood, Iron - Nepal - Second half 20th century
Fair condition, see description - 22×4×4 cm

Old Indian Kukri knife, with steel blade and wooden handle decorated with metal inlay work. Complete with the two Karda and Chakmak small knives, the blades of which are made of iron and have signs of wear. On the blade, as well as other simple engravings, the word 'India' is engraved, on the head of the handle there is a lion's head, not in perfect condition, as seen in the photos.
The two small knives are approximately 6 cm long, including handle.
The sheath is made of leather with a metal tip.
The knife measures approx. 23 cm, including handle. Blade length: 14.5 cm.

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Lot details
Object
Knife
Material
Iron, Leather, Steel, Wood
Period
Second half 20th century
Region/ Country of origin
Nepal
Condition
Fair condition, see description
Dimensions
22×4×4 cm
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