Tassel for a horse's breast collar consisting of a tuft of red hair (maybe from a yak) mounted in a gold and silver damascened iron bell. Such tassels hung from the breast strap were signs of rank for both lay and religious officials. Please refer to: "Warriors of Himalayas - Rediscovering the Arms and Armor Of Tibet" by the Metropolitan Museum of Art: catalogue no. 124. Condition: some rust and traces of usage. Dimension: total length: 22 cm.
A large ewer decorated with roundels containing fishes and Arabic inscriptions between arabesques, the massive handle made of brass. Condition: old repairs, few dents. Dimension: 29 cm high, weight: 2910 g.
A punch dagger with tapering double edged steel blade, each face decorated with a four-armed deity. Straight handle with double-grip, decorated on the side with flowers. Sheath made of wood with velvet lining. Condition: tip slightly chipped, sheath with losses. Some flash rust. Dimension: 44.6 cm long, 7.4 cm wide.
A lot of fifteen Tibetan gilt and pierced iron buttons in two different sizes, originating from a bridle or a belt. Condition: little rust, one small boss dented. Dimension: diameter large: 2.8 cm, small: 1.9 cm.
An antique Tibetan buckle made of chiseled iron and damascened in gold, originating from a bridle or a belt. The fitting with hook is beautifully decorated with a lotus among scrollwork and a wave pattern (chu ris). Condition: little rust, few traces of usage. Dimension: 10 cm and 5 cm long, 76 g.