Smallsword | German or Dutch | The Met
The spirally channeled surfaces and elegant foliate finials on the guards typify the flamboyant Rococo style. The small proportions suggest the sword was made for a young man. Although not hallmarked, this exquisitely detailed gold hilt is probably of either German or Dutch manufacture
Smallsword with Scabbard | possibly German | The Met
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Presentation small sword and scabbard with gold and enamelled hilt and mounts, by James Morriset, London, 1781-82. Museum Number M.39:1 to 3-1960.
18th Century, Gold Overlaid, Steel Hilted Small Sword Super high quality small sword, gilded silver wire wrapped grip; the blade a colichemarde pattern (3 sided), is in mint condition, fire gilded blue & gold decorated.