Indo-Persian ceremonial ax, based on the “Labrys” with a double blade.
Overall length - 87.2 cm; spike length - 10.5 cm; blade length - 17.3 cm; the width of the piece of iron is 9 cm. The handle (shaft) is brass, round in cross section, decorated with a o- ral engraved ornament together with hand grip. The handle is bonded with the spine in a single unit with the upper end in the form of a triangular spike. The spike is decorated with a vegetative ornament in the oriental style, made with silver cutting. Blades (iron) in the form of a crescent moon (sickle) are attached to the spine on the right and left sides. Indo-Persia, XVIII - XIX centuries. Condition: good