Indian Arrows (teer)
Place of Origin: India
Date: 18th–19th Century
Overall: Longest 690–760mm (27–30 inches)
These four Indian arrows are made of cane and have beautiful feather fletching from unidentified birds. They terminate in nocks of wood. The polished steel arrowheads are of high quality: two being of triangular form, one of diamond section, and the last of bullet form—each tang secured to the shaft with either rattan binding, which is painted, or with small copper and brass bands.