A lot of two eastern daggers
Comprising: 1) Jambiya, probably Persian, 19th century; curved 9 1/2 inch double edged blade of hollow diamond section and decorated on both sides with panels of gold koftgari scrollwork above the hilt. I-shaped grip of dark horn. Scabbard covered in brocade, the steel mounts decorated with silver overlaid scrollwork. 2) Nepalese kukri, early 20th century; 12 inch blade of characteristic form; brass-mounted sectional grip with horn scales, the pommel with lion mask; black leather-covered scabbard with brass mounts and retaining two small utility knives.
Condition: 1) Blade with light spotting. Scabbard with staining to cloth, the mounts with dark patina and some losses to silver. 2) Blade with minor spotting. Scabbard with scuffing and small tears.