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Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)


Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)
Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)
Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)
Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)
Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)
Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)
Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)

Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)    Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)

Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace). Chinese Iron & Brass Assassin's Chui (Mace) - This is a late 17th C. Chinese assassin's chui, or mace. The weapon is made up of an iron shaft, with a brass ornament at the butt and head. The piece is finished with a wooden grip, and has a brass fish ornament at the base of the grip.

The piece measures 20 long, and is in excellent condition. This is truly a rare find that you will likely never see again, as similar pieces can only be found in museums, such as the British Royal Museum and the MET Museum.

This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Bowls". The seller is "angelmer7" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.

  1. Primary Material: Brass
  2. Region of Origin: China


Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)    Late 17th Century Chinese Iron and Brass Chui (Mace)