Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Sword Discussion' started by Dan Dan, May 12, 2020.
what do you think about this Kindjal ,please?Is it a genuine one?Thanks!!!
Need better pics to be sure, but first impression is tourist version.
It's hard to tell from 2 pictures. It looks fancy, aged, and in good shape, likely a decorative piece. The problem is that Kindjals are popular in areas of the world where forgeries are commonplace. Without a provenance, the likelihood of it being a modern fake is nearly certain. It would be different if it is coming from an antique dealer willing to vouch for it, but from an auction site or some random person on the net it would be a big NOPE.