Polish Tatar Sabre Ordynka with scabbard. Luxury sabre of Tatar origin adopted and worn by Polish nobility in 17th and 18th century. Specific Polish hybrid of Czeczuga sabre and sword.
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Luxury sabre of Tatar origin adopted and worn by Polish nobility in 17th and 18th century.
Specific Polish hybrid of Czeczuga sabre and sword.
The handle is open, richly decorated. Large pommel bended by 45˚ up and front, golden colored. The short (10 cm), also golden cross-guard with small moustache. The grip covered by white leather.
The blade slightly curved, with clearly showed feather. On the one side of the blade, on forte are engraved decorations characteristic to the turn of the 17th and 18th century. Second side of the blade is smooth but able to engraving.
The scabbard made of wood covered by black leather and brass ferrules (two rings and chape is brass).
Length: 93 cm.
Blade length: 76 cm.
Cross-guard length: 10 cm.
Weight: 1,2 kg.
Tatars are people of Turkic-Mongolian origin. Tatar word refers all people of Mongolian origin in eastern Europe. After Mongol empire collapse, several Tatar states were created in Russia. Poles have centuries of experience with fight Tatars, Turks and Mongols.