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Ancient North-Western Asiatic Bronze Dagger Blade Bronze Age 1500 -1200 B.C.

Ancient North-Western Asiatic Bronze Dagger Blade Bronze Age 1500 -1200 B.C.

SKU: A35

This exceptional artifact is a one-piece dagger blade made of bronze, originating from the North-Western part of Asia during the Ancient Bronze Age, which existed from 1500 to 1200 B.C. The blade is a masterpiece of craftsmanship, displaying a tapering double-edged structure with a pronounced central rib. The rib, which runs down the center of the blade, would have added strength to the weapon. The blade also has a short tang, which is a protruding part of the blade that would have been used to attach a handle. The tang has a rivet hole, which would have enabled the handle to be securely fastened to the blade. This stunning piece of history is a testament to the skills and artistry of ancient craftsmen, who created functional weapons that were also works of art.

MEASUREMENTS: Overall length: 15 cm (5.91 inches)

CONDITION: It is in excellent condition for an antique combat bronze dagger that is over 3000 years old. No cracks or repairs. The surface is covered by its natural green patina and earth encrustation.

PROVENANCE: Ex-private old Canadian collection of antiques and antiquities formed in the 1980s.

    $500.00Price