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Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1920 item #1259072
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A Silver Turkoman Tumar Bozbend With Bell Beads. Complete. Shows great patina and use of wear. Ref: Turkmen Jewelry: Silver Ornaments from the Marshall and Marilyn R. Wolf Collection (Metropolitan Museum of Art) Dimensions: Height:( to bottom of hanging bells) 11 inches Width: 12 inches Weight: 21 OZ
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1920 item #1259075
An Outstanding Gilded Silver Turkoman Womanâ€™s Wedding Belt With Cornelian and Bell Beads. Complete. Showing great detail of craftsmanship throughout. No Missing components or cornelian. Ref: Turkmen Jewelry: Silver Ornaments from the Marshall and Marilyn R. Wolf Collection (Metropolitan Museum of Art) Dimensions: Length: 34 ÂĽ inches Width: (body of belt) 3 ÂĽ inches
Early 20th century This necklace is from the Ao Naga tribe, one of the over twenty subgroups who make up the Naga Ethnic Group Nagaland, North-Eastern India. Made of large glass beads in a rich cornelian color and large fluted brass beads in the form of trumpets or bells. Overall shows great wear of use. Dimensions: 28 inches in length REF: Julian Jachobs The Nagas Hill Peoples of Northwest India The Nagas Grata Somare and Leonardo Vigorelli
Early 20th century This necklace is from the Konyak or Wangchu tribes or sub-groups Nagaland, North-Eastern India. There are over twenty subgroups who make up the Naga Ethnic Group. Made of large glass beads in a rich cornelian color, cowrie shells and a carved hardwood pendant symbolic of human sacrifice...
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This ornament is from the Phom tribe or sub-group Nagaland, North-Eastern India. There are over twenty subgroups who make up the Naga Ethnic Group. Made of a string of glass beads and two thick discs fashioned from sea shell. Overall shows great wear of use. REF: Julian Jachobs The Nagas Hill Peoples of Northwest India The Nagas Grata Somare and Leonardo Vigorelli
This is a tribal silver collar or torque of the type worn by numerous indigenous tribal peoples in the Indo-Nepalese-Tibetan Himalayan foothills. Hammered silver design is of flower blossoms. Made of hammered coin silver. Shows great wear of use/patina.. Excellent condition. Dimensions: Inside Circumferenceâ€”201/2 inches Ref: The Jewelry of Southeast Asia The Jewelry of Nepal
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A Kalyo-Kengu Naga mans headdress. The woven cane body is adorned with dyed horse hair and goat hair (at front) , and boars tusks, all attached with strips of cane. Excellent condition
This Green Tara has a very serene expression and is decorated with red Coral and turquoise pieces. The bronze is of excellent quality and the statue is in very good condition. Height 32 cm. Tibet.
Tibetan butterfly-shaped woolen under-saddle rug "Makden", made in two pieces in knotted pile. Backed with purple cotton, edged with red wool fabric and having two not pierced strap holes. Decorated with peony flowers and waves. Condition: clean, full pile only few areas with little wear, backing with a small hole. Dimension: 112 cm x 72 cm.
Indian Subcontinent : Pre 1920 item #1270203
Vintage woven kilim, or tapestry-woven rug, with geometric patterns in shades of blue, beige, yellow, green, and red and edged in a beige fringe. Kilim are widely loved for their unique style of weaving and are sometimes used for prayer. Size: 60.25" width, 100" length
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Small bronze altar (pancayatana) made for home worship. Flat plinth on four feet with the figures of Annapurna, Ganesha and Nandi sitting around a Shiva lingam, further the symbols of sun, moon and the five balls (pancapinda). From a Swiss lady's private collection. Condition: base with an old repair, two holes maybe once for additional symbols or figures. Dimension: 10.5 cm long x 8 cm deep x 5.7 cm high.
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Six different antique ceremonial spoons used during Hindu worship for offering holy water to deities, from Maharashtra. Made of brass or bronze, the largest spoon in "ganga-jumna" technique (brass and copper). Three with cobra, two with lotus bud and one with dancing Krishna final. One with short inscription. From a Swiss lady's private collection. Condition: traces of usage. Dimension: 13.6 cm to 16.2 cm long.
Artistic Antique Indian painting of a woman sitting pensively under a tree. Woman is dressed in traditional indian clothing with beautiful red and gold colors. A towel is hanging on a branch by a stream. Painting is gilt with mineral pigments. Part of a collection dated 1964. Contains signature of Khet Singh 19th Century Dimensions: Frame 15" High X 12" Wide Painting: 3.25" Wide, 4.5" High
Antique Indian two-panel painting of a high-class man and woman in an elaborately furnished setting. They both wear matching orange robes and white pearl necklaces and sit upon gold thrones adorned with flowers. The couple gaze at each other from across the room, each holding a flower bud in their hands. A scenic view of the sun setting beyond a large pond and grassy hills can be seen through the large open window...
Antique Indian painting of a holy man seated upon a throne, identified by the halo around his head, a line of followers standing before him. The first man in line bestows a ceremonial gift, painted with gilt pigment. Two men stand out of line with a domesticated jaquar. Arabic writing decorates the top and the bottom of the painting. Set in a gilt frame. Size: (entire frame) 10.75" height, 7.25" width (artwork only) 6.5" height, 3" width
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Fine pair of old scythes from Sri Lanka with incised decorations on blade surface; the one with deer horn handle has some Sinhalese script either an ownerâ€™s or makerâ€™s mark. The steal is good condition with sharp cutting edges. Both are in excellent condition. Outer curvilinear length of the blades are 51cm/20in.
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A nice Tibetan Heaven;s DZI BEAD with 9 eyes. Good condition, some wear. Size: 5.2 cm.
Unusual upper section from an Indian Tribal Oil lamp in the form of a 4 armed male God. Originally the two lower arms would have held two small lamps and figure would probably have been mounted on an elephant or another animal. The piece has a green encrusted verdigris patina and measures 8 Âľ inches in width and 6 inches in height.