"Dagger (kard) Indian, probably Lahore, 18th century This kard has the beautiful watered steel blade characteristic of the best Lahori weapons. The hilt is of jade with a pommel of agate. The scabbard is of jade with a pommel of agate. The scabbard is covered with printed cotton forming a spiral pattern and has an ivory chape."
"Knife (kard) Indian, Lahore, early 19th century The straight watered steel blade on this dagger has a curved cutting edge. The hilt is of jade, cylindrical and carved in a fluted spiral. The moulded quillon block is of gilt copper alloy."
"Knife (kard) Indian, Lahore, early 19th century. The hilt is of jade set with a piece of red glass on the pommel and decorated with a band of foliage inlaid in gold wire around the pommel. The wooden scabbard is covered with red velvet and is fitted with a silver gilt locket and chape."