A type of Sinhalese lacquer work that was directly applied without using brushes. Also known as niyapoṭen vēda.
A Burmese knife and sword maker known for his fine silver overlay.
Burmese "Nat", a spirit. Patron saint of blacksmiths.
Tibetan for an open quiver that spreads the arrows out.
Tibetan word for the matchlock musket.
An alternative name for the miquelet lock
Chinese name for a type of Qing military arrow.
Chinese name for a slender, curved saber. Often associated with large two-handers.
Name for fine dha with fine overlaid blades. Named after Mindan village where they were made.
A production center for ornate silver overlaid scissors, dha and other implements.
Collector's jargon for a type of lock for a firearm
Sinhala for "hilt".
Long Way Dayak name for a type of mandau tip.
A supposed grade of quality, primarily uttered by people that want to sell something.
Literally: Southern barbarian steel.
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Village near Banjarmasin, Borneo. A notable center of arms production in the 19th century.
The Chinese word for matchlock musket.
Manchu for Green Standard Army: The all-Han army of the Qing dynasty.
Manchu word for a class of broadhead arrows, a military "company", or captain.
A late form of Chinese saber with a pronounced widening at the tip.
A type of Sinhalese lacquer work that was directly applied without using brushes. Also known as Mātale work.
Famous maker of metalwork from Bhuj, Kutch.
Tibetan word for a sword worn at the waist.
Padri gun is the name of a Malay matchlock.