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Village near Banjarmasin, Borneo. A notable center of arms production in the 19th century.
Francis Delacour of Paris
Cutler and sword maker in Paris, supplier of imperial swords.
Famous maker of metalwork from Bhuj, Kutch.
A production center for ornate silver overlaid scissors, dha and other implements.
Gōng jiàng yíng (弓匠營)
The bow and arrow maker's quarters in Beijing.
Yáng Fúxǐ (杨福喜)
Manchu bow maker of the Jù Yuán Hào (聚元號) shop, Beijing. Active 1998-present.
Yáng Wéntōng (杨文通)
A 20th-century Manchu bow maker of the Jù Yuán Hào (聚元號) shop, Beijing.
Yáng Ruìlín (杨瑞林)
A Manchu bow maker. Owned Jù Yuán Hào (聚元號).
Jù Yuán Hào (聚元號)
A famous bow making shop in Beijing, still active.
An Indian state.
Alternate writing for Khēmau, an armorer working at Bundi.
An armorer working in Bundi from at least 1835 to 1872.
Arnachellum of Salem
A famed Indian maker of knives, swords, spears, and tableware.
A type of Sinhalese lacquer work that was directly applied without using brushes. Also known as niyapoṭen vēda.
The Four Workshops of the King of Kandy.
Literally "arrow-makers", a Sinhalese class of craftsmen that did wood turning and lacquer work.
A Burmese knife and sword maker known for his fine silver overlay.
Alternative name for Maung Pyo. A Burmese craftsman known for his fine silver overlay.
A famous bow making shop in Chengdu, active until the 1960s.
A Japanese maker of sword mounts, active in the Edo period.
Zi Qín Jì (子勤記)
A Chinese sword maker's shop that was active during the Guangxu period (1875 - 1908).
A shield maker at Dhalcar street, Ahmedabad, India.
Sēn shèng (森盛)
A Chinese rattan shield maker from Shanghai.
Kiyou Toujin tsuba (崎陽唐人鐔)
Japanese style sword guards made by Chinese craftsmen in Nagasaki.
Manceaux à Paris
A notable French arms manufacturer who also made fine presentation weapons in Asian styles.
Tevfik the leather binder
An Ottoman leather binder who in 1866 - 1867 covered a bow made by Haci Gavsî in 1824 - 1825.
Haci gavsî the bowyer
Signed an Ottoman bow made in late 1824 or 1825.