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Antique 18th Century Indo Persian - Turkish Ottoman Composite Bow in a Case with matching Quiver with Arrows.
DETAILS: A Bow Case and Quiver of rectangular lobed-form on a wooden frame with edges covered by cloth, a heavy canvas face, and covered with hand woven silk brocade with metal threads with floral designs bordered with black leather straps secured by iron nails and studded with domed white metal studs (most likely a later replacement), with the back made of heavy leather hide fastened by iron rivets both with attachment straps. A foldable Persian composite war bow (Kaman) built from horn, wood, sinew, and decorated with green dyed ray skin and bark and applied decorative motifs with its original string that is in the original position from when the bow was used centuries ago, which is very rare and almost impossible to find. The quiver comes with six arrows where two of them are without heads.
REFERENCES: 1) A similar Bow Case with Quiver described as a “Turkey, 18th c.” is published in the book “Pasja zbierania. Kolekcja Ryszarda Janiaka” –Catalogue exhibition The Royal Castle in Warsaw -Zamek Królewski w Warszawie" by Ryszard Dr Latoure, Anna Kwasnik – Gliwinska. 135 Number I/126.
2) An almost identical bow described as a “FOLDABLE PERSIAN BOW (KAMAN ) 18th century" is published in the book "Persian and Indo-Persian Arms and Armor of the 16th-19th Century from the Polish Collection –Catalogue exhibition Malborg Castle Museum" by Antoni Romuald Chodinski. Page: 362 Number 244.
We will provide the buyer with a copy of the page from the mentioned reference together with a certificate of authenticity.
MEASUREMENTS: Overall length of the bow: 122 cm (48 in). Length of the Quiver: 44.5 cm (17 1/2 in). Length of the Bow Case: 19.5 cm (7 3/4 in).
CONDITION: The bow in general is in good condition considering its age with minor flakes in the lacquer finish. The silk brocade is dirty with some loose threads and slight age wear.
These types of quivers and Composite Bows were widely used by many Eastern European nations, Polish, Ukrainians, Lithuanians, Russians, and Hungarians, during the 17th and 18th century, some were acquired as war bounty from Turks and Tatars or were imported from the East.