Tanto (samurai dagger). Edo period (XVII-XIX centuries). The length (of the cutting blade) 27,4 cm.
A wavy jamon is clearly visible on the blade - a natural pattern on the Japanese blade, which manifests itself at the junction of steels with different carbon contents: steel with a higher carbon content (hard but relatively brittle) was used for the cutting edge, and soft but plastic).
A small knife for utilitarian purposes paired with the tanto - kogatana. Fuji is depicted on the Kodzuk (grip).
Caucasian large dagger, decorated with silver and ivory handle. Length (total) 61 cm. Made probably in Dagestan around 1899.