Pair of flintlock pistols, cannons with short and round sides.
Platens and gooseneck dogs with round bodies. Safety behind the dogs
Round iron basins, silver trim, carved, chiseled and engraved with flowers and foliage and stars.
Counterplates to days, decorated with military attributes.
Crosses and fountains in walnut, decorated with inlaid plates and silver threads carved and engraved with stars of suns, croissants of moon, shells and flowers, chopsticks and chopsticks in silver.
The caps, sub-guards and counter platinum are silver decorated in relief attribus and flags and florets.
England, made for the eastern market and more precisely for the Ottoman Empire, late eighteenth century.
NB: Good general condition, traces of wear and pecking at the guns as well as light crushing at one of the two sticks, illegible signature on the plate, on the guns appears London, poiçons de contôles, gunsmiths and goldsmiths .
Bibliography: Splendor of Oriental Weapons, act-expo, Paris 1988.