Museum Rarity 18th C. Russian Bukhara Commander MACE with Turquoise Stones. Russian Empire, Central Asia - Bukhara (Uzbekistan) 18th century. This type of maces served as a symbol of High Rank and a reminder of Power of its owner. In silver mounts with multiple Turquoise stones and one Ruby on top. Original fabric to the grip showing wear. The mace head is of native Hard stone, possibly Jade. Super rare and Authentic piece of weapon, fit to be in a Museum, carried by an Army Commander or a Noble figure of significant Military position, a Chief of the Clan perhaps or someone of that nature. Overall length: 28 1/2" Head: 5" x 2 1/2"